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SENIOR CLASS PUBLICATION
RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL
Enter With Us . . .
The high school which we seniors are soon to leave has
served its purpose well. It has enriched our lives, broadened
our scopes of learning, and helped mature us into fine upstand-
ing adults. Soon it will be a memory. This book represents a
synopsis of our senior year, a culmination of our high school
career, and a precedent for the future. Between its covers lies
a world quite unfamiliar to all outside our school. It is a world
of joy, of achievements, of disappointments, and of sweet
memories it is the WORLD OF RANDOLPH HIGH
World of Randolph High
Dedicated to . . .
Miss Foley has devoted much time, energy, and enthusiasm to the stu-
dents of Randolph High.
She initiated the News Letter to servicemen; this has developed into the
Banner which is so active today. She will be long remembered for her
services to the Future Teachers Club and the information and •:
rived by the students involved.
JOHN F. KENNEDY
President of the United States
May 29, 1 91 7 — November 22, 1963
"Democracy demands more of us than any other system, in education,
character, self-restraint, self-discipline The human mind is our
What did the youngest president, elected to this office, and the young-
est to die in it, have to say particularly about education of American youth?
He exemplified the strength of youthful enthusiasm, yet he sought the
wisdom of older leaders. He had faith in the American people and he
challenged all of us to apply reason and patriotism to public issues. How
hove we accepted this challenge? He gave great respect to intellectual
excellence, but he also recognized very fully how artistic values enrich
human life. He stood firm again hatred and bigotry, but he showed great
understanding of the laggards in the march toward human brotherhood.
Finally, he demonstrated patriotism and courage in a hard and bitter peace
as well as in war; yet he never ceased to strive for a just peace among the
Let it be remembered that a people soundly educated are our late
President's most appropriate and enduring memorial, and that through
his extreme efforts for an improved world — ours has also been ameliorated.
The quality of academic power is propelled
towards excellence by the influence of such
functions as the National Honor Society acti-
vities, the Science Fair, and the Randy Pro-
These award-giving associations have the
same purpose as a football rally, and the
teams' players will lead our country in the
future. If our school is an example of the
youth of today, the game of life will be play-
ed expertly and successfully.
Knowledge — Bill Saidel making a final check before having
his science-fair project judged.
Phyllis Kritzman and Nancy Marzinzik dissect a frog in
With skilled hands and equally skilled eyes mechanical drawing students finish their project.
Symbolizing the highest honor of academic achievement in
our world of knowledge — the National Honor Society. Here,
Mr. Quintana, its advisor, swears in the inductees.
V ^ y
iy R.H.S. Exists
The "Hoorays" from the gym, the
blurting of horns from the band
room, the silence of a methodical
chess game, and the debating at a
club meeting makes one passing
through the corridors at 2:20 aware
that Randolph High is surely a "World
of Fun". The exuberant faces from
the bleachers at a basketball game,
the shuffling feet at a dance, and the
frantic shouts at a football game are
definite signs of the enjoyment stu-
dents receive from being here.
A World of Fun
Barry Gilman has a good laugh as he watches Harry
Knights depart, disgusted from the Pepsi machine, that
did not work.
Paul whispers a joke to Santa at the Senior
Dance. Ann, Joe, and Leslie overhear it and
rock with laughter.
How we love to eat in our cafeteria! Here Linda McCambly and Linda Brusinski share a
Business with Pleasure
What was said to shock Mr. P. and Mrs. T.
to make them look like this?
A memory that is hard to forget — Mr. Pow-
derly patroling the cafeteria during lunch
A World That is Yours
Elaine Dornlas, our beautiful Oracle queen, is completely overcome with joy at her coronation.
Mr. O'Brien checks his charges to make sure no
one was left behind on the U.N. trip.
Gail pins Mr. Warren on "Appreciation Day."
"Education in its widest sense includes
everything that exerts a formative influence,
and causes a young person to be, at a given
point, what he is."
A great part of this education is obtained
at Randolph High. Your school offers many
courses leading to academic successes. It also
surrounds you with numerous social and sports
activities which bring enjoyment, character
growth, and interest development. Everything
necessary for successful you is found here in
this "World that is Yours."
To Remember Forever with Pride
The basic constituents of our
world are the people in
it. From the freshman to
the senior class, the
students, the people
who walk the corridors and learn
the subject matter, dominate
our high school scene.
Directing the Affairs
of The Class of '64
The doors of Randolph High are now open and
the Class of '64 confidently ushers its members into
a world of business, advanced education, and indivi-
dual endeavors. Sincerely, we thank the officers and
their advisor for their efforts in our behalf and for
the fine example they have set for us.
From The President of Our Class
Fellow graduates of Randolph High School,
We are about to leave the "World of Randolph
High" and venture into new worlds. Graduation ter-
minates our four years of learning and growing here
and unlocks new opportunities for us.
The secret of success in life is to be ready for one's
opportunity when it comes. Opportunity is rare, and
a wise man will never let it go by. We are con-
fident that our school has more than adequately
prepared us for this challenging experience.
However, the acceptance of and dealing with re-
sponsibility is also essential for success. How often
in the past have we procrastinated in our work?
How often have we chosen recreation, sports, and
idle chatter in preference to homework? Now that
we are more learned and mature we must be willing
to relegate to second place those activities which
clash with the attainment of success; diligent
thoughtful work now will be rewarded repeatedly
in the future.
Leaving Randolph High School, we thank the fac-
ulty and administration for the skilled and conscien-
tious part in our education. We know that the time
for coping with our problems and opportunities has
arrived. Now, our course is here for us to chart! But
we, the class of '64, should be mindful that, "Ambi-
tion is the germ from which all growth of achieve-
As your president, I extend
wishes for a "world" of success.
to you my sincere
Miss Winifred M. Brennan
Senior Class Advisor
JANICE M. ADAMS
"Her size is not indictive of her
spirit." — Ross
LORETTA M. ABERT
"The way to be happy is to make
others so." — Von Suttner
PHILIP L. ANGELIERI
"A wise man never loses any-
thing." — Montaigne
DIANNA L. ALMON
"Those lovely eyes, the window of
the soul." — DuBaras
— x. a tJT^aral
fbamcIS J. AZZARITI
'w that which lies before
daily life is the prime wis-
Relieved and smiling faces reveal that these s 1
Abert, Loretta M. (College) Future Nurses
Club 1; Dance Committee 3.
Adams, Janice M. (Business) Softball 1, 2,
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Oceanography
4; Office Assistant 3.
Almon, Dianna L. (Business) Chorus 1;
Key Club 3, 4.
Angelieri, Philip L. (Business) Science Fair
1, 2; Honorable Mention 1, 2.
Arey, Carol A. (Business) Cheerleader 1;
Banner I; Chorus 1, 2; Dance Committee
1, 2, 3.
Azzariti, Francis J. (College) Oracle Editor
4; Tennis 2; National Honor Society 3, 4;
Chess Club 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4;
Oceanography 2, 3, 4; President 4; Randy
Nominee 1; Randy Winner 2; Science Fair
3; Audio -Visual 2, 3, 4; Chairman 2;
Science Fair Winner 3.
mts have successfully passed their driving tests.
Barkhouse, Bovin (General)
Barnes, Deborah (College) Oracle 4; Key
Club 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4;
Randy Nonimee 2; Science Fair I; Dance
Beaman, Linda E. (Business) Future Home-
makers 3; Cafeteria Help 3; Fashion Show
Beaman, Susan A. (Business) Band 2, 3, 4;
Future Homemakers 3; Fashion Show 3.
Bernier, Kathleen M. (Business) Basketball
4; Softball 4.
Brack, John C. (College) Football ); Bas-
ketball 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Honor-
able Mention 1; Oracle 4.
twzt&i fo asi esit/ .
"Throw fear to the wind." — Aris-
"Endurance, foresight, strength and
skill; a perfect woman nobly
planned." — Wadsworth
'A million dollar smile."— Shocks
"The mildest manner and the gent-
lest heart." — Homer
"The sunshine of thine eyes."-
Lathrop v^A t <
'To smile at every problem is to
vin the game of life." — Silvers
"To know her is to love her.
"What should a rhbn do tiof
excellence, wheftheri of ear
Good humor may be said to be
one .of the really best articles of
dress one can wear in society.'' —
"A boy's will is the mind's will.
"A winner in the art of friend-
ship." — King
Brewster, Patricia A. (Business) Cheerlead-
er 1 ; Banner 3; Key Club 4; Dance
Committee 1 , 2, 3.
Brown, Bernard (Business) Band 1.
Burwell, Stanley A. (College) Future
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. F.T.C. 4,
Conservation Club 1, 2, 3; Civil War
Club 1; Football 1; Track 2, 3; Tennis
3, 4; Oracle 1, 2, 3, 4.
Butler, Janet C. (Business) Banner Staff
3 ,4; Chorus 1; Future Homemakers 2;
Booster Club 2; Science Fair 1; Fashion
Campbell, William M. (College) Football
3, 4; Track 3, 4; Fashion Show 3.
Card, Martha E. (College) Future Nurses
1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Boosters Club
3, 4; Science Fair Honorable Mention 1;
Dance Committee 1 , 2, 3.
It is Andrea's birthday, and the gang all gathers
"God blesses still
thought." — Whittier
jfrosia memories . . .
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Cortwright, Robert M. (College) Baseball
2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4;
Science Fair 1, Oracle Editor 4.
Casper, Diane L. (College) Banner 4;
Oracle 4; Key Club 4; Future Teachers
1, 2; Future Nurses 1; Dramatic Club 2, 3,
4; Randy Nominee 1; Science Fair 1;
Fashion Show 3, 4; Dance Committee 3.
Chalfin, Carolyn T. (College) Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4; Banner Staff 4; Key Club
4; Future Teachers Club 4; Fashion Show
4; Office Assistant 3, 4; Dance Committee
Chapman, Ingrid (Business) Oracle 3, 4;
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Oceanography 3; Randy
Winner 2; Concert 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Help
2; Dance Committee 3; Festivals 3.
Charron, Robert J. (General) Football
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1 , 2, 3
ROBERT M. CARTWRIGHT
"With laughter in his voice and
speed in his feet." — Heartmah
DIANE L. CASPER
"Her hair is not more sunning than
her heart." — Anon
around at the lunch table to wish her many happy
PATRICIA A. CICCUI
". . . who fears to follow where
airy voices lead." — Keats
ROBERT J. CHARRON
"I give thee all; I can do no
more." — Moore
ELIZABETH L. COKLEY
"The warmth of her heart, smiled
out of her eyes." — McGregor
PETER A. CLAPP
"Content I live, this is my story." —
Leon, Marshall, and Tom make a final weight check
Clapp, Peter A. (Business)
Cokley, Elizabeth L. (Business) Banner Bus-
iness Staff 4; Booster Club 2; Science
Fair 1; Office Assistant 3, Cafeteria Help
Cooke, Janice M. (College) Banner 1 , 3, 4.
.U' Costello, Donna M. (Business)
Virginia T. (Business) Oracle Busi-
O'' ness' Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3,4;
V Dr^ll Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 1, 2;
Fefefovals 1, 2, 3, 4; Usherette 2, 3, 4;
t v£0ncert 1 , 2, 3, 4; Secretary — Mr. Lacy
before recordina their thermo readings in physics
Creighton, Pauline G. (Business) Chorus 1,
2, 3, 4; Special Chorus 1, 2; District Con-
cert 3, 4; Festivals 3; Semsba Concert
I, 2, 3,4-
Crowley, Rita A. (Business) Randy Winner
3, Randy Nominee 1, 3; Office Assistant
3; Cafeteria Help 4; Fashion Show 3;
Cummings, Edward A. (College) Footbal
1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4.
Cummings, Edward J. (General)
Curry, Margaret R. (Business) Science Fair
1 — Honorable Mention 2; Fashion Show
Daru, Carol (Business) Usherette 1
PAULINE G. CREIGHTON
"She doeth little kindnesses."
EDWARD A. CUMMINGS
' . . . haughty valor defied all
portents of impending doom." —
MARGARET R. CURRY
"A friend to the humon race.
RITA A. CROWLEY
"The light of love, the purity of
grace." — Keats
EDWARD J. CUMMINGS
"So much one man can do." —
"She was all heart and sensibil-
ity." — Chaucer
DANIEL R. DeFELICE
"I never saw his like; there lives
no greater leader." — Tennyson
EILEEN F. DeLORENZO
"She smiled and all our troubles
vanished." — Roberts
CLAIRE M. DIBBERN
"She that was fair and never
proud, had tongue at will and yet
was never loud." — Shakespeare
MARIE E. DeFEO
"Both amiable and gracious in her
dealings." — Chaucer
JOHN F. DIAUTO
"Great is truth and might above
all things." — Bible
"Nothing is there more valuable
to a man than a friend in need." —
DeFelice, Daniel General) Football I; Hon-
orable Mention Science Fair I, 2.
DeFeo, Marie (Business) Banner 2, 3, 4;
Business Editor 4; Chorus 1 , 2, 3, 4;
Twirling 1, 2, 3; Dance Band Trio 3, 4;
Randy Winner 1, Nominee 2, 3; Festival
1, 3; Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Semsba Concert
DeLorenzo, Eileen (Business)
Diauto, John (General Football 1 , 2, 3, 4
Dibbern, Clare (College) Oracle 1, 2, 3, 4,
Feature Editor 4; Chorus 1, 2; National
Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Booster Club
1, 2, 3; Science Fair 3; Dance Committee
1, 2, 3, 4; Festivals 1, 2; Usherette 2, 3.
Diemer, James (Business)
Oops! Surprise! Ann and Moe are interrupted by a
Diorio, Phyllis M. (Business) Randy Nomi
nee 1, 3; Cafeteria Help 2, 3.
Dixon, Monica J. (College) Banner 2, 3;
Future Nurses Club 3; Office Assistant 2.
Dolan, Bernard (General) Basketball 1.
Dolan, Dorothy A. (College) Banner 1, 2,
3, 4; Oracle 4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4;
Key Club 4; Future Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3,
4; Booster Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3;
Honorable Mention 1; Concert 1 , 2, 3.
Donahue, Mary L. (College) Oceanography
Club 3; Randy Nominee 3; Banner Staff
Doolan, Eileen A. (Business) Band 1; Cho-
rus 1; Drill Team 2, 3, First Lieutenant
4; Science Fair 1, 2; Office Assistant 1, 2;
Fashion Show 3; Dance Committee 1, 3;
Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4; Usherette 3; Concert
bright flash as they wait for the late bus.
MONICA J. DIXON
"The greatest blessing is a true
friend." — Nassinger
PHYLISS M. DIORIO
"Born with the gift of laughter." —
DOROTHY A. DOLAN
"I have a heart with room for
every Joy." — Bailey
"There are no obstacles to those
with the will to win." — Crockett
EILEEN A. DOOLAN
"There was laughter in her eyes
and spirit in every word." — Royal
MARY L. DONAHUE
"What ever is worth doing at all,
is worth doing well." — Chesterfield
JUDITH A. DOOLEY
"Honor is the reward of virture."-
PATRICIA A. DOYLE
"With a smile like this, how can
she miss?" — Smith
KATHLEEN M. DRISCOLL
"A merry heart maketh a cheer-
ful countenance." — Bible
"Life meets with a smile a girl
with laughter in her heart." —
RICHARD K. DOYLE
"By the work one knows the work-
man." — LaFontaine
ROBERT E. DRISCOLL
"Untwisting all the chains that
tie." — Milton
Always around when he's needed Rod finds time to
Dooley, Judith (Business) Future Home-
Dornlas, Elaine (College) Cheerleader 1,
2, 3, 4; Oracle Editor 4; Miss Oracle 4;
Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Student
Council 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Randy Nomi-
nee 1, Winner 2; Office Assistant 4;
Fashion Show 2.
Doyle, Patricia (Business) Future Home-
maker 3, 4; Randy Nominee I, Dance Com-
mittee 3; Usherette 3.
Doyle, Richard (College) Science Fair 2.
Driscoll, Kathleen (.College) Dramatics Club
2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Randy Nominee 1, 2,
Winner 2; Music Festival 1; Key Club 3,
Oracle, Editor, Business Staff 4; Junior
Dance Committee 3; Future Teachers Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Staff 1, 3, 4.
Driscoll, Robert (College)
be coat checker at Santa's Dream.
Drummey, Jean (Business) Oracle 3, 4;
Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Timer
4; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Office Assist-
ant 2, 3, 4; Usherette 3, 4.
Drysdale, Edward (General) Basketball 1,
2; Track 1 ; Spring Track 1 ; Randy No-
Ducharme, Elrie (General) Football 1.
Earle, Jane (Business) Oracle 4; Chorus
Key Club 4; Future Homemakers 4;
ndy Nominee 2; Office Assistant 4;
feteria Cashier 3, 4; Fashion Show 2.
■" Ekmon, Kenneth (College) Banner 3, 4;
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
4; Chess Club 3, 4; Randy Winner 1, 2,
3; Science Fair Honorable Mention 2;
Dance Committee 3; Science Club 3, 4.
Eloma, Faye (Business) Cafeteria Help 3,
JEAN L. DRUMMEY
"The secret of success lies in the
power of friendship." — Libby
EDWARD J. DRYSDALE
"They atej-naye> , alone that are
accompanied vMb Inoble thoughts."
—Sidney, P Q ' J-fv
ELRIC L. DUCHARME
"Streams like thunderstorm against
the wind." — Bryon
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle,
and low, an excellent thing in a
woman." — Shakespeare
KENNETH E. EKMAN
"There is no mistake; there has
been no mistake; ond there shall
be no mistakes." — Wellington
FAYE E. ELOMA
"Honest labor beams a lovely
face." — Dikker
C/iwan/ fo become S<yj/wmcs&i,
DORIS A. ELSEMILLER
"Small cheer ond a great welcome
makes a merry , feast." — Shakes-
"Laugh and be merry; remember,
better the world with a song." —
GEORGE W. FALCON
"Youth is the only season for en
joyment." — Barrow
GAIL K. FARING
"Great persons are able to do
great kindnesses." — Cervantes
"As if you could kill time without
injuring eternity." — Thoreau
MARK L. FELDMAN
" . . . always attending strickly to
business." — Clemens
Elsemiller, Doris A. (Business) Future
Homemakers 1; Booster Club 3; Randy
Nominee 3; Fashion Show 2.°
Estermon, Barbara (College) Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4; District Chorus 2, 3; Banner Staff
2, 3, 4; Music Editor 4; Science Fair,
Honorable Mention 2; Dance Band 3, 4;
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Semsba Chorus 1, 2, 3;
Randy Winner 3; Special Chorus 1, 3, 4.
Falcone, George W. (General) Football 1;
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee 3, 4.
Faring, Gail K. (College) Oracle Staff 1,
2, 3, Managing Editor 4; Dance Committee
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Randy
Nominee 1, 2; Key Club 3, Vice President
4; Girl's State Representative 3; Usherette
3; Science Fair Committee, Co-Chairman
3, 4; Future Teacher's Club 1, 2, Treasurer
Photography 1 .
(Business) Football 1, 3;
Feldman, Mark L. (College
And the Key Club goes rolling along! Bing, Howie
anxious track stars. Those boys never stop running'.
Ferroro, Noncy J. (Business) Future
Homemakers 4; Dramatic Club 3; Fashion
Fine, Norman J. (College) Oracle Editor-
in-Chief 4; National Honor Society 2, 3,
4; Auxilium Latinum 1, 2; Citizen of
Month 4; Banner 1, 2, 3; Science Fair
Winner 2, State Science Fair 2; Key Club
3, 4; Track 3; Chorus 3, 4; Fashion Show
2, 3, 4.
Finstein, Judy A. (Business) Banner 3, 4;
Office Assistant 3, 4.
Fisher, Sherrill S. (Businses) Chorus 1,
Future Home Makers 4; Science Fair 1;
Cafeteria 3, 4.
Fitzgerald, Nancy (Business) Chorus 1;
Office Assistant 1; Fashion Show 2.
Fitzsimmons, Mary J. (Business) Future
Nurse's Club I; Dance Committee 1.
Charlie, and Gail put a halt to the steps of two
NANCY J. FERRARO
"All that happens is as usual and
familiar as the rose in spring." —
JUDY A. FINSTEIN
"Her chain of friendship has many
links." — Marner
"Foir words never hurt the tongue.
"A man who can think and act
upon his thoughts will make a
mark that is long remembered." —
SHERRILL S. FISHER
"She doeth little kindnesses which
most leave undone." — Lowell
MARY J. FITZSIMMONS
"Old friends are best." — Seldon
NANCY E. FLAHERTY
"There is a sparkle in her eye
and a smile in her voice." — Gabee
MILDRED A. FIX
"Charm is a smile, a pretty look,
a sweetness in every word." —
KATHLEEN wA. FLQgD „
Kathleen ^ • .JL'' J^
JANE E. FLOYD
Happiness is speechless." — Curtis
CHARLES A. JOLEY
"His quiet looks do not deceive
his friends." — Cicero
SUSANNE P. FOLEY
"A winning smile and a persona-
lity to match." — Foster
The five buddies, Eugene, Art, George, Wayne, and
for the Christmas Assembly.
Fix, Mildred A. (College) Oracle-Business
Manager 4; Chorus 1; Drill Team 1, 2,
3, 4; Key Club 4; Science Fair Committee
2; Future Teacher's Club-Secretary 2, 3;
Class Secretary 4; Fashion Show 3; Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Festivals 2, 3, 4;
Student Exchange 4.
Flaherty, Nancy E. (College) Banner I;
Oracle 1, 2, 3, Senior Class Editor 4;
Drill Team 3, 4; Festivals 3; Key Club 3,
4; Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Randy Nominee
3; Science Fair 1, 2, Honorable Mention
2; Office Assistant 4; Usherette 3; Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Exchange
Flood, Kathleen A. (College) Oracle
Floyd, Jane E. (Business) Future
makers 2, 3, Vice-President 4; F.H.A. State
Parliamentarian 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3;
Honor Roll 3.
Foley, Charles A. (College) Oracle 4; Band
1, 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2,
Honorable Mention 3; Concert 1 , 2, 3.
Foley, Susanne P. (Business) Chorus 3, 4;
Office Assistant 2; Cafeteria Help 3.
ynxv wcawM wad
Never to fail nor fall
Jack pose cheerfully after decorating the auditorium
Fox, Matthew (College) Basketball 2; Ban-
ner 3, 4 , Traveler Representative; Band
1, 3, 4; Chorus I; Golf 2, 3, Coptain 4;
Key Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4;
Randy Nominee 1, 2, Winner 3; Science
Fair 2, Committee 3; Science Club Treas-
urer 3; Auxilium Latinium 1, 2, 3; Tello-
ride Scholarship Candidate 3.
AM J. FRANCES
I liked ^the world and the world
liked me." — Summerfield
Francis, William (College) Football
2, 4; Oracle 4; Key Club 4;
Teacher's Club 1 , 2,
Class Vice-President 1,
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4;
Day Representative 4.
Treasurer 1 , 2;
2, 3, 4; Dance
HOWARD R. FREEDMAN
"... a mighty thought in a
mighty mind." — O'Reilly
ROBERT G. FREEDMAN
ing is impossible«Jre f a willini
Freedman, Howard (College) Oracle 4; Key
Club 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Honorable
Freedman, Robert (College)
Honorable Mention 2, 3.
Gallagher, Margaret (College) Oracle 4;
Drill Team 3, 4; Key Club 4; Future
Teachers Club 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4,
Secretary 4; Dance Committee 3; Usher-
Gallagher, Wayne (College) Basketball 1
2 Chorus 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Science Fair 1
Dance Committee 1, 2.
MARGARET F. GALLAGHER
"Little deeds of kindness, little
words of love, help to make the
earth happy, like the heaven
above." — Carney
WAYNE F. GALLAGHER
"To be a well favoured man is a
gift of fortune." — Shakespeare
"The beginning of oil things
small." — Cicero
"Friendship is purchased only by
friendship." — Seneca
ROBERT L. GASS
"A little nonsense now and then is
relished by the insest men." — Anon
JUDY R. GAVIANI
"Without love and laughter there
is no joy." — Horace
NANCY F. GILDE
"The quiet mind is nicer than a
crown." — Greene
DANIEL R. GILL
"For where there is Irish there is
love and fighting." — Anon
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Gallant, Lorraine (Business) Future Home-
makers 1 , 2, 3, President 4; Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Randy Nominee
1, 2, 3, Winner 2; Science Fair 1; Student
Council Advisory Board 4; Fashion Show
2; Usherette 3; F.H.A. State Parliamen-
Garvey, Pamela (College) Oracle 4; Chorus
I, 4; Future Nurse's Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Dramatic Club 3; Oceanography 1; Boos-
ter Club 4.
Gass, Robert L. (College) Class President
2, 3; Football 1; Basketball 2, 3; Banner
1, 2, 3, 4, Globe Sport's Writing Award 3;
Tennis 4; Golf 1, 2, 3; Future Teacher's
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Randy Nominee 2, 3;
Boy's State Representative 3; Science Fair
2, 3; Dance Committee 2, 3.
Goviani, Judy R. (Business)
Gilde, Nancy F. (College) Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4; Future Teacher's Club 3, 4; Science
Fair 2, 3; Dance Committee 3; Festival 1;
Concert 1, 2, 3.
Gill, Daniel R. (College) Football 1,2,3,4;
Class President 4; Class Treasurer 1; Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council Advisory
An unforgettable face, Elaine Dornlas, our Oracle
big dance in December.
Gilmon, Borry M. (College) Oracle 4, Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Randy Nomi-
nee 3, Boy's State Candidate 3, Science
Fair 2, Auxilium Latium Award 1, 2, 3.
Goren, Donna E. (Business) Banner 3, 4;
Oracle 4, Science Fair 2, Office Assistant
1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 3.
Grant, David A. (Business) Basketball 1,
Track 3, Science Fair 1.
Gullifa, Maria C. (Business) Auxilum Lati-
num 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3.
Guminski, Martha S. (College) Oracle Art
Editor 4; Randy Winner 2, 3; Honorable
Mention Science Fair 1.
Hall, Carol L. (College) Chorus 3, National
Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1, 2;
Randy Nominee 3; Science Fair 1, 2;
Honorable Mention 1 ; Concert 3, Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Usherette 3, Lat-
inium Auxilium Award 1, 2, 3.
BARRY M. GILMAN
"Knowledge grows from; more to
DAVID A. GRANT
". . . now my task is smoothly
done." — Milton
Queen . . . here getting crowned by Santa at that
MARSHA S. GUMINSKI
"The Art remoins the one way
possible of speaking truth." —
DONNA E. GOREr
"The two noblest things, which are
sweetness ond light." — Swift
MARIA C. GULLIFA
"Style is the dress of thought.
CAROL L. HALL
"Dropped from an angel's wing.
ROBERT L. HALL
"Enough work to do and strength
enough to do the work." — Kipling
SHERYL L. HANDRAHAN
"Honest labour bears a lovely
face." — Derker
\n@ in confidence." — John-
"The better of valor is discrete."
— Shakespeare // I .
DIANE M. HARRII
"Be satisfied with success in even
the smallest matter." — Antonies
GEORGE S. HARRINGTON
" . . . solitude sometimes is the
best society." — Milton
Senior business girls
Hall, Robert L. (College) Football 4; Track
4; Spring Track 3, 4.
Handrahan, Sheryl L. (Business) Oracle
Editor 4; Girls Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls
Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Deco-
rating 3, 4; Library Aid 4.
Hardy, David (General)
Hardy, William B. (General) Randy Winner
Harrington, Diane M. (College) Future
Homemakers 2; Future Nurses Club 1, 3;
Cafeteria Help 2; Fashion Show 2, 3.
Harrington, George S. (General) Football
1 , 2, 3; Science Fair 2.
enjoy a free moment.
Hawkins, Larry (Automotive)
Heger, Karen (Business) Drill Team 4.
Hesford, Walter A. (College) Banner 2,
Feature Editor 3, Co-Editor-In-Chief 4;
4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4;
Society 2, 3, 4; Future
2; Randy Winner 2, 3,
1, 2, 3; Boy's State Cand-
Fair Honorable Mention
Band 1, 2, 3,
idate 3; Science
1, second place 2; Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hey wood, Paula F. (Business) Future
Homemakers 4; Randy Winner 3; Cafe-
teria Help 4.
Hurley, Joseph F.
Teacher's Club 1 ;
Science Fair 1, 2, 3.
Randy Nominee 1;
Hyman, Diane S. (College) Banner Secre-
tary 3, Feature Editor 4; National Honor
Society 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers' Club
1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Science
Fair 2; Class Secretary 3.
"Ambition is a soldier's virtue.
"A charming girl who majors in
friendship." — Greene
WALTER A. HESFORD
"Seest thou a man diligent in his
business: He shall stand before
kings." — Bible
PAULA F. HEYWOOD
have." — 'Ral
r, oqr/i-joy oyer all we
JOSEPH F. HURLEY
"A merry companion is music on
any journey." — Proverb
DIANE S. HYMAN
"The sweetness of her manner left
sunshine in our hearts!" — Cambell
BRUCE J. HEYMAN
"His friends are richer for his un-
derstanding." — Smith
LINDA C. HOEG
"The best were done without dis-
play." — Carter
MARY E. HOLBROOK
"Knowledge is power." — Bacon
DOROTHY M. HYLEN
A good name is better to me than
iches." — Old Testament
ELIZABETH F. JALKUT
"Learning and loughing and warm-
hearted beauty." — Shapiro
OLGA E. JIMOULIS
"Honest fame awaits the truly
good." — Lucan
Heyman, Bruce J. (Business)
Hoeg, Linda C. (Business) Girls Basketball
1 ; Key Club 3, 4; National Honor Society
2, 3, 4; Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 4;
Randy Winner 1, 3, Randy Nominee 1, 2,
3; Girls State Candidate 3; Cafeteria Help
4; Usherette 1, 3; Spelling Bee Winner
3; Delegate to National F.H.A. Conven-
Holbrook, Mary E. (College) Band 1, 2, 3,
4; Chorus 1, 4; Randy Winner 3; Auxi-
lium Latinum 1, 2, 3; Festivals 1, 3;
Concert I, 2, 3, 4; Semsba Concert 2, 3,
4; District 2, 3.
Hylen, Dorothy M. (Business) Oceano-
graphy 4; Office Assistant 2, 3.
Jalkut, Elizabeth F. (College) Oracle 4;
Chorus 2; Key Club 3, 4; Future Teachers
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4;
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee
3, 4; Secretary Dramatic Club 3; Historian
Future Teacher's Club 4; Treasurer of
Booster Club 2, 3; Latin Auxilium Award
Jimoulis, Olga E. (College) Banner Busi-
ness Secretary 2, 3, 4; Oracle 2, 3, 4;
Chorus 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4; Future Teach-
ers Club 1, 2, 4; Secretary 3; Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 4; Foshion
Show 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4;
Festivals 3; Usherette 3; Concert 2, 3.
"Oh Diane, you left your English book at home!"
Mr. Papa will say.
Office Assistant 1
(College) Banner I;
Keddy, Sandra F. (Business) Chorus I;
Twirling 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain Maiorette
3, 4; Future Homemakers I; Miss Oracle
Candidate 4; Fashion Show 3; Dance Com-
mittee 1; Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4; Usherette
3, 4; Concert 1 , 2, 3, 4.
Kelly, Susan E. (College) Girls Softball 1,
2, 3, 4; Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Key
Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3,
4; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dra-
matic Club 3, 4; Randy Winner 3; Randy
Nominee 1; Girls State Candidate 3; Ush-
Kemp, Deborah (Business) Drill Team
Festivals 4; Usherette 4; Concert 4.
SANDRA F. KEDDY
"We love her for her smile — her
look — her way of speaking gently."
Keough, Denise A. (Business) Cheerleader
1, 4; Banner 1, 2, 3, 4; Exchange Mana-
ger for Banner 4; Key Club 4; Randy
Nominee 3; Office Assistant 1, 2; Fashion
Show 1, 2 ,3; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4.
Cheerleading Tournament 4.
Knights, Harry B. (College) Football 1, 2,
3, 4; Oracle (Sports Editor) 4; Key Club
3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Boys
State Candidate 3; Honorable Mention
3; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Dance Committee
3, 4; Science Fair Winner 2.
REGINA E. KALITSIS
"A true friend is forever a friend."
"The price of wisdom is above vir-
tues." — Old Testament
"Eyes of pure women, wholesome
stars of love." — Tennyson
Carol shares the laughs when she thinks of what
HARRY B. KNIGHTS
"The secret of success is constancy
to purpose." — Disraeli
DENISE A. KEOUGH
'Little, but so are pearls." — Anon
ELAINE J. C. KURLITIS
"To be liked by all is success in
itself." — Bonny
ANDREA M. LARSON
"As sweet as the air could make
her." — Tennyson
"Lite held no trouble and each
day brought its own reward." —
SANDRA L. LANE
"To do easily what is hard for
others is the mark of talent." —
KAREN B. LARSON
"Find her and you will find fun.
JOHN M. LEARY
"The respect of his friends is his
truest compliment." — Tuttie
Seniors enjoy their lunch break with mouthfuls of
Kurlitis, Elaine (Business) Banner 3; Oracle
(Underclass Editor) 4; Key Club 4; Dra-
matic Club 4; Oceanography 3, 4; Vice
President 4; Booster Club 2, 3; Cafeteria
Help 2; Dance Committee 3.
Lane, Sandra (Business) Oracle (Art Edi-
tor) 4; Dramatic Club 4; Oceanography
4; Randy Nominee 2, 3; Dance Committee
Larson, Andrea (Business) Oracle 4; Chorus
1; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Office Assistant 4;
Cafeteria Help 4; Dance Committee 2, 3,
4; Usherette 3; Concert 1 .
Larson, Karen (Business) Office Assistant
2; Fashion Show 2.
Lauricella, Peter (College)
Leary, John (College) Basketball 2, 3, 4;
Key Club 4; Randy Nominee 2; Science
Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4.
ves//yi& i/i cyand
food and a multitude of laughs.
PATRICIA A. LEBROCQUY
"Pen cannot write nor brush paint
her sterling qualities." — Anon
JAMES W. LEEHAN
"A frown is no extinguisher; it
does not put him out." — Saxe
Lebrocquy, Patricia (Business) Banner 4,
Oracle 4; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Dra-
matic Club 4; Booster Club 3, 4; Randy
Winner 1; Randy Nominee 1, 3; Fashion
Show 1, 2; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4;
Usherette 2 ,3.
Leehan, James (College) Oceanography 3,
4; Science Fair 2, 3.
Lefton, Lester (College) Banner (Photo-
grapher) 2; Oracle (Photographer) 2; Key
Club 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Science Fair
Winner 2, 3; Science Fair Committee 3.
Leighton, Carol (Business) Drill Team 2
Leombruno, Richard (General) Band 2, 3,
4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4;
Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatic
Club 3, 4; Concert 2, 3, 4.
Lerro, Linda (College) Key Club 4; Fu-
ture Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatic
Club 4; Booster Club 2; Randy Winner
2; Randy Nominee 1, 2; Auxilium Lati-
num Winner 2, 3.
LESTER A. LEFTON
"Experience is the child of thought,
and thought is the child of action."
CAROL A. LEIGHTON
"How sweet and how fair." — Waller
RICHARD J. LEOMBRUNO
"Music my rampart, and my only
one." — St. Milloy
LINDA R. LERRO
"A smile, a willingness to serve,
her name is generosity." — Jackson
BARBARA A. LEVITAN
"The reward of a thing well done
is to have done it." — Emerson
SHEILA A. LIBERMAN
"There is a world of wonder in the
sweetness of one girl's smile. "-
Leviton, Barbara A. (Business) Chorus 2, 3;
Key Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4;
Oceanography 3, 4; Randy Winner 1, 3,
Randy Nominee 1, 2, 3; Honorable Men-
tion 2, Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Office Assist-
ant 3, Cafeteria Help 4; Fashion Show 2;
Festivals 3; Concert 2, 3; Honor Roll 1, 2,
Liberman, Sheila A. (College) Banner 3, 4;
Oracle 4; Key Club 4; Future Teachers
Club 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Science
Fair 3; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; Fashion
Show 3, 4; Dance Committee 3. 4; Usher-
Litchenstein, Arthur W. (College) Football
1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Track I; Oracle 4;
Cross Country 1 ; Key Club 4; Oceano-
graphy 2; Booster Club 3, 4; Class Treas-
urer 2; Cafeteria Help 3, 4; Dance Com-
mittee 3, 4.
~. /^Lipus, Anne M. (Business) Ch
Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Clul
Nominee 3; Science Fair 1, C
ARTHUR W. LITCHENSTEIN
"A constant friend is a thing rare
and hard to find." — Plutarch
orus 1; Drill
b 4; Randy
2; Cafeteria Help 3, 4.
London, Eileen M. (Business) Future Nurses
Club 3, 4; Oceanography 3, 4; Randy
Nominee 2; Science Fair 2; Fashion Show
2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Science Club
Science Fair Committee 3; Girls Glee
ub 3. <■
Loud, Judith (Business)
ANNE M. LIPUS
"Nothing great was ever achieved
without enthusiasm." — Emerson
EILEEN M. LONDON
"Give to the world the best you
have and the best will come to
you." — Whittier
While Frank waits, Gail and Betty
"A little thing often brings great
help." — Proverb
fa& . ..
Lund, Ann (College) Booster Club 1, 2, 3;
Miss Oracle Nominee 4; Key Club 3, 4;
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle Picture
Editor 4; Cheerleading Tournament 2; Jun-
ior Dance Committee 3; Science Fair Hon-
orable Mention 2; Banner Fashion show 2;
Science Fair Committee 3.
Lurie, MarshaM (College) Oracle 3, 4; Key
Club 4; Future Teachers Club 1; Dramatic
Club 4; Science Fair 3; Dance Committee
3, 4; Science Club 3, 4.
Maccini, Peter (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4;
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Special
Chorus 4; Tennis 2; Key Club 4; Chess
Club 3; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Randy Nominee I; Boys State Candidate
3; Science Fair 1, 2; Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4;
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Conversation Club 2.
"His work was earnest, his worth
assured." — Holbrook
Mahoney, Sharyn (Business),
2; Audio Visual 4.
ANN L. LUND
"The sweetest garland to
sweetest maid." — Tickelle
Maitino, Valerie (College) Chorus 3; Key
Club 4; Future Teachers Club 1 , 2, 3, 4;
Dramatic Club 3, 4; Science Fair 2.
Marzinzik, Janet (College) Banner 1; Ora-
cle 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Future
Teachers Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3,
4; Booster Club 1; Randy Nominee 1;
SHARYN E. MAHONEY
'Joy has its friends." — Nathan
PETER J. MACCINI
"No sooner said than done — so acts
your man of worth." — Ennius
continue to chat at Santa's Dream
"A quick wit, a pretty smile, and
the day seems brighter."— Oakham
VALERIE A. MAITINO
"To aim high, to think, to meet
the challenge of everybody." —
"So much is a man worth as he
esteems himself." — Rabelais
MARY E. MAY
"As welcome as the morning when
she came." — Rider
: NMAUREEN McCANN J
"Life would be very dull without
her." — Wilde
"Of every noble work the silent
part is best." — Williams
"Those who bring sunshine to the
lives of others cannot keep it from
themselves." — Borrir
"The gentleness of all the gods go
with thee." — Shakespeare
Falcon, Wayne, George, and Buddy all enjoy a good
May, Mary E. (College) Girls Basketball 2,
3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Randy Nominee 1;
Science Fair 1.
Mayo, Michael (General)
McCann, Maureen, (Business) Banner Posi-
tion 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Future Nurse's
Club 1, 2; Office Assistant 2, 3; Cafe-
teria Help 2.
McCoy, Stephen (College) Baseball 1, 2
MeGrory, Maureen (College) Oracle Busi-
ness Manager 4; Chorus 1; Drill Team
1 , 2, 3, 4 Lieutenant 3; Future Teacher's
Club 1; Dance committee 3; Student Coun-
cil 1, 2, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3,
President 4; Festivals 1, 2, 3; Concert 1,
2; Student Council Convention 2, 4; Citi-
zen of the Month.
McKeeman, Maxine (College) Oracle 4.
joke while decorating the auditorium stage.
McKenzie, Russell (Business) Oracle 4;
Randy Winner 3.
McLaughlin, Maureen i Business) Future
Homemaker 1, 2; Fashion Show 2.
McNeil, Charles (Business)
McNeil, Donna (College) Banner 1, 2, 3;
News Editor 4; Co-Editor in Chief; Band
3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; National Honor Society
2, 3; President 4; Future Teacher's Club
1, 2, 3 Delegate 4; Scribblers 3; Randy
Nominee 2, Winner 1, 3; Girl's State Can-
didate 2; Fashion Show 2, 3, 4; Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Festivals 3, 4; Ush-
erette 2, 3; Concert 2, 3, 4.
McNeil, George (Business)
McNeil, Marylou (Business) Cheerleader,
Co-Captain 1; Drill Team 4; Miss Oracle
Candidate 4; Science Fair 1; Class Secre-
tary I, 2; Fashion Show 2, 3; Dance
Committee 1 , 2, 3, 4.
"Larger was his beauty and his
soul sincere." — Gray
"The world's mine oyster.
'Live one day at a time." — Miller
"A messenger of friendship."
"Has life greater gifts than a fine
mind and a sweet motive?" — Wit-
"Happy am I; from care I'm free.
"... as o man speaks, so is
he." — Syrus
"Without music life would be a
mistake." — Nutzscki
"He who has a thousand friends.
"Thrice happy he whose name has
been well spelt." — Byron
"It is a great thing to know the
season for speech and the season
for silence." — Senuea
"Silence is more musical than any
song." — Rosette
^sAe eizxtfes/iefit o^
McSolla, Edward (Business) Football I;
Basketball I. 2; Baseball 1, 2; Cafeteria
Melegian, Edward (College) Science Fair
Moran, Frank (General) Basketball 1,2, 3;
Color Guard 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Mention 1 .
Murphy, Lorraine (Business) Chorus 1; Fu-
ture Nurse's Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cafeteria
Help 2; Fashion Show 1, 2, 3.
Murphy, Valerie (College) Oracle Literary
Editor 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4;
Future Teachers Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Dra-
matic Club 2, 3, 4; Girl's Stote Candidate
3; Honorable Mention 2; Science Fair 2;
Usherette 2, 3; Auxilium Latinum Award
2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; W.G.B.H. Corres-
Time for talking, laughing, and shuffling of feet —
senior girls take advantage of these precious few
Myllmoki, Edward (College) Bonner Staff
2, 3;Science Fair, Honorable Mention 2,
Winner 3; Science Fair Committee 4; Jun-
ior Dance Committee 3; Oracle Staff 2, 3,
4; Photography Editor 4.
Myers, Ronald (General) Band I; Student
Council 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 1 ;
Cafeteria Help 1 .
O'Brien, Carol (College) Special Chorus 3;
Future Nurse's Club 1, Secretary 2, Treas-
urer 3, President 4; Randy Nominee 1;
Science Fair 2, 3; Library Assistant 3;
Fashion Show 2, 3.
Nelson, Donald (College) Randy Nominee 1.
Neisen, Arvyn (General) Track 2, 3, 4;
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3,
4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4; Randy Winner
3; Randy Nominee 3.
Noonan, David (Automotive) Oracle Staff
the corridors before the eight o'clock bell. Here,
"A type of the wise that soars,
but never roams " — Wordsworth
"He who is of a kind and happy
nature." — Plato
"The ease of her heart her every
look conveys." — Crabble
. . . and to thy speed add
wings." — Milton
"Toil is the sire of fame." — Un-
"He is a man of splendid* abilities.
"The smallest effort is not lost.'
"Oh, could you view the melody
of every grace and music of her
face." — Lovelace
"He who is of a kind and happy
nature." — Plato
"Wit and wisdom are born with a
man." — Selden
"Never a problem that couldn't be
solved, never a friend that couldn't
be won." — Tappan
"Friendship is constant in all other
things." — Shakespeare
The quarters jingle as Jane and Rita help collect
O'Loughlin, Janice (Business) Girls Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3; Girls Basketball 2, 4; Hon-
orable Mention 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2.
Popp, Phyllis (College) Banner 1 , 2, 3, 4
Circulation Mgr.; Oracle 4; Chorus 1, 2;
Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Randy
Nominee 1; Science Fair Honorable Men-
tion 3; Fashion Show 2, 3; Festivals 1, 3;
Concert 1, 2.
Parkin, Leon (College) Randy Nominee 2;
National Honor Society 3, 4; Banner Staff
2, 3, 4; Track 2; Science Fair Committee
4; Golf Team 2, 3, 4.
Penney, Gordon (Automotive)
Pennington, Allen (Business) Science Fair
2; Randy Winner 2, 3, Randy Nominee
1, 2, 3.
Perakslis, Jean [Business) Randy Nominee 3.
v/ieerS wv&i Me
lunch money in the cafeteria.
Peters, Borbara (Business) Chorus I; Randy
Nominee 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 3; Con-
certs 2; Drill Team I, 2, 3, 4; Oracle
Pfister, James (Business) Football 1; Bas-
ketball 1 ; Track 1; Spring Track 1, 2;
Science Fair 1, 2.
Pike, Darlene (General) Oracle 4; Chorus
1; Concert 1; Festival 1; Future Home-
maker 2, 3, Song Leader 4; Office As-
sistant 2, 3, 4; Oceanography, Historian
4; Bowling Team 2, 4.
Pink, Dorothea (College) Girls Softball 2,
3, 4; Girls Basketball 3; Key Club 3, 4;
Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; Future
Nurse's Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3;
Oceanography 4; Girls State Candidate 3;
Honorable Mention 1; Science Fair 1, 2,
3; Office Assistant 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3.
Pocius, Constant (College) Science Fair 1,
Porter, Robert (College) Tennis 3; Key
Club 4; Honorable Mention 2; Science
"Our little one who looks fror
thoughtful eyes." — Patmore
"The valiant heort of youth. "-
"Practice is the best of all in-
structors." — Syrus
"The joy of youth and health her
eyes display." — Crabble
"The eyes of each man see but
what they have the power of se-
ing." — Long
"For bright manhood there is no
such word as fail." — Lylton
"Softly speak and sweetly smile."
"None but himself can be his paral-
lel." — Theobald
"... I am small, I know, but
wherever I go the fields grow green
still." — Crosly
Wt& ?*>* ip|^
ALICE E. QUIMBLY
"Born with a sense of laughter. "-
"You'll find us rough, but you'll find
us ready." — Dickens
. I see beyond the range of
Powers, Kathleen (College) Dance Commit-
tee 3, 4; Banner Staff 1, 2; Junior Dance
Committee 3; Future Teachers Club I, 2,
3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3.
Prout, Richard (College) Randy Nominee 1
2; Boy's State 3; Honorable Mention 1 .
Queenman, Judith (General) Future Home
makers 3; Fashion Show 2.
Quimby, Alice (Business) Dance Committee
3; Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3; Booster
Club 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Banner
Staff 3; Junior Dance Committee 3.
Ramoska, George (Business) Basketball 1 ;
Track 1; Football 1, 3, Co-Captain 4;
Junior Dance Committee 3; Student Coun-
Reed, David (College) Randy Nominee 2,
3; National Honor Society 2, 3, Vice-
President 4; Banner Staff 2, 3, News Edi-
tor 4; Honorable Mention 2; Fashion Show
2; Future Teachers Club 2; Science Club
Talking to Mr. Vellante before school in the morninc
Ryan, Joan (Business) Chorus 1, 2; Booster
Club 1; Office Girl 1, 2; Concerts I, 2.
Sadler, Alice (College) Dramatic Club 2, 3,
4; Randy Nominee 2, 3; Banner Staff 3, 4;
Scribbler's Club 3; Honorable Mention 2.
Saunders, Charles (Business) Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4; Chorus 3; Oceanography Club 1, 2,
Honorable Mention 1, 2; Science Fair Com-
mittee 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Oracle 4;
Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3.
Roode, Patricia (College) Booster Club 3;
Randy Nominee 1; Junior Dance Commit-
tee 3; Honorable Mention 1 ; Latin Auxi-
lium Award 1, 2, 3; Science Fair I, 2;
Honor Roll 1, 2; Girl's Glee Club 3.
Rosenberg, Dayle (College) Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4; Randy Nominee 3; Randy Winner
1 ; Junior Dance Committee 3; Future
Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Oracle 4; Honor
Roll 3; Science Fair 2; Bowling Club 2.
Rubin, Joan (College) Dramatic Club 3,
Banner Staff 3, 4; Fashion Show 3, 4;
Future Teachers Club 4; Office Assistant
is a stimulating way to begin a busy day.
"Only a sweet and virtuous soul." —
"Human life consists of mutual
service." — Perkins
W f mk
and wisdom witn rfri
"reasijw .with Jj5le*6u'r<
with rWirfK" — Gold
Mn ;? y jJ\ s
|oy 'Wtould ~w*i/(nust &ore l .
"A day that makes us happy makes
us wise." — Masefield
"Patience is the best remedy" for -
every trouble." — Pfaurus Vy_
"A daughter of the gods, divinely
tall and most divinely fair." —
"Friendship is the breathing rose
with sweets in every fold." —
"Who walks with beauty has no
need of fear." — Morton
"When the work and the wish are
here, can success be far behind?"
"Soup's on!" soy Carol D., Carol A., and Diane.
Scott, Soville iGeneral) Cross Country 2, 3.
Schwartz, Carole C; ege Girls Basket-
ball 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Booster Club I;
Music Festival 3; Future Nurse's Club 1,
2, 3, 4; Banner Staff 1, 2; Concerts 2 3;
Key Club 4; Junior Dance Committee 3;
Library Assistant 3.
Shabo, Carol i College) Chorus, 1, 2, 3;
Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,
2, 3, 4; Randy Nomination 1 , 2; Music
Festival 1, 2, 3 ; Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4;
Concerts 1, 2, 3; Key Club 4, Junior Dance
Committee 3, Banner Fashion Show 2;
Future Teachers Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Oracle 1,
2, 3, 4.
Shack, Judith (College) Banner 2, 3, 4,
Secretary; Key Club 3, 4; Future Teachers
Club 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 4; Dra-
matic Club 2; Randy Winner 2; Randy
Nominee 2, 3; Science Fair 2; Office As-
sistant 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3; Usher-
ette 2, 3.
Shulman, Judith (College) Office Girl 3;
Key Club 4; Fashion Show 3, 4; Future
Teachers Club 3 ,4; Science Club 3 4
Oracle Staff 4; Science Fair 3, 4.
Sernello, Nancy (Business) Office Girl 1, 2,
3; Junior Dance Committee 3.
Basketball 1, 2
Silverstein, Steven (College) Randy Nomi-
nee 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3,
Chairman of the Advisory Board 4; Ban-
ner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Winner
2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Boy's State
Nominee 3; Junior Dance Committee 3;
Fashion Show 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4;
Spring Track 2, 3, 4.
Singer, Sandra (Business) Randy Nominee
I; Oracle Queen Nominee 4; Office Girl
3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 4; Junior Dance
Committee 3; Oracle Staff 4.
Smart, Joan (College) Chorus 1; Randy
Nominee 1; Randy Winner 1; Usherette
3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Oracle 4.
Smith, Donna (Business) Office Girl 3;
Banner Staff 2, 3, 4; Junior Dance Com-
mittee 3; Fashion Show 2, 3; Oracle 1, 4.
Snapper, Elaine (Business) Banner Staff 3,
4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Oracle 4; Science
Fair Committee 3; Chorus 3; Honor Roll
"She walks in beauty like
night." — Bryon
"Her ways are ways of pleasant-
ness and all her paths are peace."
— Old Testament
aariost met . . .
"Good manners and soft words
have brought many a difficult
thing to pass." — Vonbrugh
"Life was made for laughter.
"Not by years, but by disposition
is wisdom acquired." — Plautus
"If you wish me to weep, you your-
self must feel grief." — Star
"His smile has won him many
friends." — Peters
^yAe a/yHD^e^t2^^ c/h
"A ready hand, a cheerful grin and
troubles vanish." — Ley
"He that has patience may com-
pass anything." — Rebalais
'The climer upward turns his face
, . ." — Shakespeare
Solohub, Stefan (General) Dance Commit-
Spellman, James (College) Dance Commit-
tee 3; Baseball 3, 4.
Stanley, Loretta (Business) Basketball 4;
Dramatics Club 4; Randy Nominee 3; Key
Club 4; Fashion Show 4.
Steele, Roderick (Business) Cafeteria Staff
Stepner, Martin (College) Dramatics Club
3, Major Production 4; Chess Club 3, 4;
Junior Dance Committee 3; Future Teach-
ers Club 4, Oracle 4; Science Fair 3.
Stokes, Altmont (Business) Cross Country
2; Junior Dance Committee 3.
While wailting for the late bus Bernie, Tom, Bob,
horseplay after school.
Swanson, Patricia (Business) Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4; Randy Nominee 1, 2, 3; Music
Festival 1; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert I;
Randy Winner 1; Band 1; Honor Roll 1,
Swartz, Jerald (College) Oceanography Club
4; Honorable Mention 2; Future Teachers
Club 1, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Oracle 4;
Science Fair 3; Bowling 3.
Tantillo, Ann (Business) Chorus 2, 3; Ran-
dy Nominee 2, 3; Music Festival 3; Con-
certs 2, 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Honorable
Mention 2; Future Teachers Club 1; Music
Tardanico, Joseph (General) Basketball
Tiews, Janice (Business) Future Homemak-
ers 4; Future Nurse's Club 3.
Truelson, Jerelyn (Business) Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4; Music Festivals 1, 3, 4; Concerts 1, 2,
3, 4; Cafeteria Staff 1, 2, 4; Dance Band
1, 2, 4; Band 1 ,2, 3, 4.
Dick, and the ringleader, John, engage in a little
"Silence is the perfect herald of v \ pVJ'
joy." — Shakespeare MJ >
"His voice was quiet but his words
will live in the memories of his
friends." — Stark
"The soul of a friend we've made
'Nothing astonishes men so much as
common sense and plain dealing."
"Music is said to be the speech
of the angels." — Carlyle
"Charm is made up of kindness,
consideration and the warmth to
a smile." — Smothers
"He said little, but to the pur-
pose." — Bryan
"A little lower than the angels.
"A day for toil and an hour for
sport but for a friend is life too
short." — Emerson
"His smile was quiet, but all called
him friend." — Markham
Known with respect, remembered
with friendship" — Copley
'The pause that refreshes." Dave, Russ, and Donna
Turner, Thomas (College) Basketball 1, 3;
Randy Nominee 3; Boy's State 3; Base-
ball 1, 3, 4; Latin Award 1, Medal 2;
Usavicus, Dianne (Business) Chorus 1;
Booster Club 1, 2; Music Festival 1; Office
Girl I, 2; Concerts 1 .
Vaughn, David (Automotive)
Vaughn, Michael (College) Track 3, 4
Cafeteria Help 3; Football 4.
Verzone, Thomas (College) Band 1, 2;
Cross Country 3; Future Teachers Club 4;
Oceanography 4; Randy Nominee 2; Sci-
ence Fair 1, 2; Festivals 1, 2; Concert
1, 2; Conservation Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Vitagliano, Michael (College) Football 3;
Science Fair 1 , 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 2.
tease Joan during half-time at the basketball game.
wadon, Diane (Business) Chorus 1, 2;
Twirling 1, 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 2;
Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert 1, 2, 3, 4.
Walsh, John (General) Football 1; Basket-
ball 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1; Golf 2;
Class President 1; Cafeteria Help I, 2, 3,
Weaver, Floyd (College) Key Club 4.
Wells, Cheryll (Business) Oracle 4; Band
1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2; Dance Band 2; Fu-
ture Nurse's Club 1; Office Assistant 1,
2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 1; Dance Committee
3, 4; Festivals 1, 2, 3; Concert I, 2, 3.
Wentzell, Doris (Business) Chorus 1; Dance
Committee 3; Concerts I; Science Fair
Honorable Mention 3.
Wilson, Fred (College) Football 1; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; Science Fair 1, 2,
"Let tomorrow take care of to
morrow." — Swain
"To look on life and find it good
is the sign of a happy man." —
"A social, friendly, hjpr^es
y f :
CHERYLL A. WELLS
nd tread in air." — Pope
smifed and the shadows de-
f] Parted. " — Symonds
From the crown of his head to the
sole of his feet, he is all mirth." —
MARY LOU WILSON
"As kind as queens upon their
coronation day." — Dryden
"He can make two grins grow
where there was only a grouch
before." — Hubberd
"Attractive beauty and unspotted
fame." — Cervantes
"Loveliness is a smile, a blush, a
willingness to serve." — Nelson
"But flies on eagle flight, hold and
forth on." — Shakespeare
"No man can produce great things
who is not thoroughly sincere in
dealings with himself." — Lowell
S¥ iiwrd/ cf^
Wilson, Mary Lou (Business) Fashion Show
2; Dance Committee 3.
Wilson, Robert (College) Football 1; Golf
2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention 2 ,3; Science
Fair 2, 3.
Wise, Barbara (College) Oracle 4, Future
Nurse's Club 3.
Yenof, Judith (Business) Cheerleader 1;
Banner 4; Key Club 3, 4; Future Nurse's
Zaccordi, Nicholas (College) Track 2, 3, 4;
Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Special Chorus 2, 3,
4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention I;
Science Fair 1, 2; Cross Country, Captoin
Zax, Jay (College) Football I; Basketball
1; Baseball 1.
Zoll, Stuart (General) Golf 1 .
"He is truly wise who gains wis-
dom from another's mishap." —
^uw^erfpe asit//t#t ...
Harrington, John (Business) Science Fair 2;
Green, Walter (Automotive)
Litcoff, Frederick (College)
Kelly, William (Automotive)
Thompson, Barbara (College) Chorus 1;
Office Girl 1, 2; Science Fair Committee
West, William T. (College) Honorable
Mention Science Fair 1.
'The laborer is worthy of his
prize." — Timothy
'Work first then rest." — -Ruskin
"A winning smile and a person-
ality to match." — Foster.
"A man's might is in the friends
he's made." — Brown
"She is pretty to walk with and
witty to talk with." — Suckling
WILLIAM T. WEST
"... a friend to be trusted is
life's greatest gift." — Shakespeare
"Nothing seems so tragic to one
who is old as the death of one
who is young and this alone
proves that life is a good thing."
Ours to have fun in — senior superlatives
"wise-off" before having their pictures taken
by the photographer.
Ours in after school activities Milly discusses methods of
obtaining money for the Oracle with Business Staff mem-
Ours on the athletic field —
egy with co-captains, George
Ours in the classroom — Pete Mac-
cini receives a tip on writing in Mrs.
Foote's English Composition class.
Coach Saba discusses strat-
wa£ waS oi//S ...
Ours in the corridors — Mike and Regina share
Judy's laughter as they look at their senior
pictures. Meanwhile, Frank and Bob are busy
Ours during field trips — Chucky (with his mouth closed)
takes a nap on the bus ride home from the United Na-
Ours on the dance floor — Elaine
twists up a storm to the music of the
"Elites" at Santa's Dream.
Mary Ellen Holbrook
BEST ALL AROUND
HttffV « ff " f
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
President of the National Honor So-
ciety . . . National Merit Scholarship
Finalist . . . Banner . . . Future Teach-
ers Club Delegate . . . Citizen-of-the-
Month . . . Chorus and band mem-
ber . . . all-around student. Always
there when work is to be done, Donna
has achieved an outstanding high
Scholarship exemplified . . . National
Merit Scholarship Finalist . . . Vice
President of National Honor Society
. . . Banner staff editor . . . the boy
with the briefcases. Dave has caught
the eye of many colleges due to his
outstanding academic record.
President of the Senior Class, our fa-
vorite leader . . . Co-Captain of the
fighting Blue Devil football squad . . .
basketball and track man. With his
magnitude of personality, as well as
stature, Dan has become the living
standard bearer of the Class of 1964.
Editor-in-Chief of the Oracle . . . mas-
ter of copy, complaints, and deadlines
. . . Citizen-of-the-month . . . Notional
Honor Society . . . Key Club . . . state
science fair participant. An industrious
leader, Norm has spent hours of work
on this, the yearbook of 1964.
Serving Randolph High School as Pres-
ident of the Key Club . . . outstanding
football player for four years . . .
Oracle sports editor . . . science fair
winner . . . Boys State Delegate . . .
Future Teachers. Harry's happy dis-
position has left us smiling many times
President of the Student Council . . .
personality plus . . . Business Manager
of the Oracle . . . former lieutenant of
the drill team . . . Citizen of The
Month. Her cheery smile has made her
Hard working Co-Editor-in-Chief of the
Banner . . . Secretary of the National
Honor Society . . . Citizen-of-the-
Month . . . chorus and band member.
Wally's shining spirit and ambition is
exemplified in all his activities.
Scholarship exemplified to the highest
degree. National Society treasurer . . .
National Merit Finalist . . . multiple
Randy winner . . . science fair and
Time award recipient . . . Banner writ-
er. One of Randolph's all-time top stu-
dents — promising a great future.
"W^Kf THE JUNIOR CLASS
THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
L. to R.: Leslie Gallagher, Secretary; Michelle Lyons, Treasurer; Robert
Strickland, Vice President; Mackey McLeod, President.
As we look back fondly on our years
at R.H.S., we think particularly of our
junior year. The hard work, the many
new friends and acquaintances we
made, and the good times we all had
together are quite unforgettable. We
know you will think that way too.
Next year you will enter a whole new
realm as you complete your final year
at Randolph. As the date of graduation
draws near, you will enjoy the many ac-
tivities of planning your senior prom,
writing your edition of the Oracle, and
recalling all the memories that you
have collected during your four year
stay at R.H.S.
Your senior year is all those dreams
and hopes finally fulfilled. We, the
class of 1964, extend to you our very
best wishes for a happy future.
Row 1, L. to R.: C. Buchavales, F. Benson, J. Aiello, J. Bulluch, L. Ambro, S. Burke, P.
Barkhouse, N. Bourbeau; Row 2: G. Abrenson, H Blaine, R. Berenson, R. Blotner, H. Bagge,
R. Burke, L. Bresinske, M. Baltimore, E Bahm. Row 3: J. Betti, A. Bowler, S. Brown, K.
Anderson, C. Appomello, D. Arnao, R. Berry, R. Almon; Row 4: M. Baron, S. Barnes,
J. Bernard, J. Betti, P. Bean, H. Bergeron, N. Berenson.
Row 1, L. to R.: J. Connors, T. Burns, C. Cerullo, J. Connolly, W. Clements, S. Cadoff,
R. Curran. Row 2: T. DeSisto, P. Dalianis, L. Deane, R. Cutler, P. Carlino, R. Callahan,
J. Damon. Row 3: C. Condlin, C. Costello, M. Creighton, R. Ciaidi, K. Cairns, J. Caselden,
V. Cichini, M. Dale. Row 4: C. French, V. Butts, K. Connors, P. Davin, E. Cooke, C.
Cedrone, M. Camelio.
Eager For Senior Responsibilities
B. Flood, C. Murphy, J. Conley, and
W. Levangie grope through books and
periodicals in the library in search of
The Advisor to the Junior Class, Mr.
Pina, checks some vital records.
Mrs. Noblin's funny remark about
Hamlet breaks up a group of Junior;,.
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Row 1, L. to R.: D. Diauto, J. Franklin, R. DiSimone, S. Downing, W. Faring, D. Dorerty,
W. Fistori, J. Diorio. Row 2: W. East, L. Fenton, M. Finn, P. Fitchner, S. Dlott, W. Flood,
D. Dombrowski, J. Fernald. Row 3: L. Floyd, J. Ellis, K. Faunce, M. Drury, B. Fearra, S.
Forte, M. Flannagan, C. Hammond, J. Ferraro.
Row 1, L. to R.: B. Goran, P. Howard, S. Halasz, P. Gaffney, S. Goodman, P. Hazzard,
D. Handrahan, H. Gresler. Row 2: R. Green, A. Gallagher, R. Green, R. Johnson, B. Hansen,
E. Greenlun, J. Jones, D. Higgins. Row 3: A. Higgins, H. Hesed, L. Gallagher, D. Gulczynski,
A. Green, S. Karp, J. Hutchinson, N. Hennessey.
Row I, L. to R.: E. Lord, N. McGrath, P. McGeown, F. Levinson, R. Keese, B. LeVangie,
J. Mahoney, J. LeVitts, U. Kell.eher. Row 2: R. Lang, R. Laun, M. McDonald, W. Lane,
G. Millarl, S. Leibovirz, P. Lee, R. King. Row 3: M. Kiley, L. Kay, E. Katler, A. Maxwell,
E. Mahoney, M. McElroy, B. Mandevelle, L. McCambly, C. Kirkelgard, M. Lyons, A.
Kelley, B. Kelsy, M. Lebane.
Row 1, L. to R.: J. Noblin, P. Morin, W. O'Connor, D. Murphy, D. Mellon, E. Meitlizer,
C. Murphy, D. Noonan. Row 2: B. Meaney, J. Murphy, K. O'Neill, R. Parker, C. Oborsky,
L. Parker, G. Malani. Row 3: M. McPhee, J. Moriarity, M. Pedell, B. Merkle, D. McPartland,
J. Michoelson, Eileen O'Brien, J. Mednick, P. Neilson, J. Madleman.
Row 1, L. to R.: W. Putnam, P. Ruddick, S. Prenouite, R. Russo, T. Poole, V. Pochoy, R.
Rosenberg. Row 2: C. Quill, A. Rubin, W. Saidel, M. Procop, K. Sherr, M. Robinson, R.
Pettipaw. Row 3: M. Reiner, M. Salins, L. Pinto, M. L. Riddley, B. Rude, N. Sandeer, A.
Port. Row 4: A. Poretsky, B. Sarnt, J. Ryan, B. Saba, C. Riddle, A. Sandigate, J. Pink.
Row 1, L. to R.: R. Welch, M. McLeod, C. Wengler, J. Wesson, W. McMeniman, J. McHarri.
Row 2: R. White, G. Wood, J. Young, F. Wescott, T. Wells, R. White, F. Weinberg.
Row 3: K. Winston, A. Young, D. Watmouth, D. Sprowl, J. White, E. White, V. Wigley.
Row 4: S. Young, L. Warner, B. Blume, E. McGrory, K. Wusteney, L. White.
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Row 1, L-R: A. Wusteney, H. Firth, A Zampierre, P. Needham, C. Warrick, H. West, A.
Whitcher, B. Vilre. Row 2: S. Winchelle, S. Wolfe, N. Wells, L. Victorine, T. LeBlanc.
Row 3: R. Shaw, M. E. Walsh, R. Petipas, J. Westcott, P. Lane, L. Moore, H. Shaw.
THE SOPHOMORE CL
The Sophomores are the most fortun-
ate of the classes. You know what to
expect and what is expected of you.
You have adapted yourselves to a new
life and have accepted the added
responsibilities. You now decide what
you want to do, choose your courses
carefully, and aim for the fruitful hori-
zons of life. You are one rung higher
on life's ladder. We hope you will
patiently work toward your personal
goals, realizing the rewards of an earn-
est effort. The Seniors unite in wishing
you every success at R.H.S. . . .
Leading the Sophomore Class are: L-R. Donna Krauss — Treasurer,
Janet Fleming — Vice President, Nancy Beal — Secretary, Robert Fav-
reau — President.
1st, L-R.: R. Anderson, R. Argetes, C. Barkhouse, J. Bouton. 2nd, L-R. D. Adams, W.
Batson, W. Beall, L. Wigley, L. Zaccardi, W. Almon, R. Wong, P. Yenofsky. 3rd, L-R.
D. Wells, C. Wysokinski, B. Wilson, S. Weiner, J. Baker, M. Wilkins, M. Williams.
4th, L-R: C. Arth, S. Anderson, D. Almond, N. Beal, K. Anderson, N. Adams, I. Austin.
Miss Ann Lynch, Sopho-
more Class Advisor.
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Famous Last Words: "I promise, Mr. Saba,
do my homework in the future!"
Karen — Kindly takes over for Miss Foley.
Anticipating Upperclass Status
1st Row, L to R.: Mark Bernstein, Frank Caselden, Paul Brooks, Kennith, Cadimentori,
James Cariaugh, William Bennett. 2nd Row: Clifford Bennett, Laurence Baron, Mike Burke,
Douglas Campbell, Paul Broderick, Ronnie Bullock, Jeff Calish. 3rd Row: Edie Ryan, Sandra
Brazas, Janice Betta, Leslie Chunes, Ena Bell, Carol Broberg, Marylin Berry. 4th Row:
Margie Burke, Mary Blanchard, Julie Burlo, Dale Clark, Kathy Sither, Karen Cadaramara.
Row 1, L to R.: S. Connors, J. Cameou, R. Corey, P. Dower, D. Devine, K. Griffin, H.
Clifford. Row 2, L to R.: W. Coughflin, J. Comerord, J. Delano, J. Demick, S. Derby. Row 3,
L to R.: S. Decourcey, M. Clary, J. Conors, S. Dahigren, C. Downs, B. Crowell, D. DeCoth,
D. Dorley. Row 4, L to R.: P. Drummey, B. Cokely, S. Denike, M. Crowley, K. Daley, C.
Depalma, M. Conrad.
Row 1, L.-R.: D. House, A. Iskio, L. Hunter, R. Keen, K. Haskel, K. Hill, P. Gilforlm, J.
Kelley. Kow 2, L-R.: T. Kendall, B. Howe, C. Henery, R. Grieco, W. Hansen, K. Kiley,
F. Hutchinson, R. Haley. Row 3, L-R.: J. Joggin, L. Jeffrey, E. Johnson, C. Kespect, E.
Hutchinion, R. Higgins, S. Hoeg, B. Jayes. Row 4, L-R.: B. Heger, L. Hayes, M. Kelly,
C. Hoaglen, B. Griffin, B. Hopkins, L. Green, L. Guion, N. Higgins.
Row 1, L-R.: M. Libsky, J. Lahain, J. McGaLester, D. Hondry, G. Maccini, A. Kaplow,
B. Lind, B. Lord. Row 2, L-R.: E. Linfield, S. LeVangie, S. Clinies, Levenson, K., J. Kramer,
D. Lichinstien, A. Laracella, D. Kroose. Row 3, L-R.: R. Kristmen, P. Lee, D. Lang, C.
Manzore, H. Klimas, B. Lewis, A. Leighton, M. Lewis.
Row 1, L.-R.: R. Morton, T. McDonnell, P. Murphy, J. Hurley, B. Munch, R. Nazzaro, W.
Miller, M. McNamara. Row 2: R. Martin, J. McAuley, K. McKiernan, P. Naiman, C.
Doherty, F. Medeiros, J. McCormick. Row 3: J. Middleton, L. Murphy, P. McGrath, L.
Moran, T. Neumiester, M. Miller, H. Marzinzic, B. Moran. Row 4: A. McLeod, J. Pearlman,
E. Moran, M. O'Brian, L. Michels, S. Morley, P. Mazules, M. McNeil.
Row 1, L.-R.: A. Palaza, T. Perakslis, R. Nelson, M. Powers, H. O'Laughlin, S. Powers.
Row 2: D. Poor, V. LaFond, J. O'Keefe, C. Perry, G. Pennington, T. Paulding Row 3: L.
Pierce, C. Poor, J. Pooler, C. Oilshaver, P. Powers, C. Penney. Row 4: M. Penney, K. Pat-
terson, B. O'Leary, R. Olson, M. O'Connor.
Row 1: H. Audnick, J. Quill, F. Rubin, M. Raskind, A. Rosellie, P. Prenovitz. Row 2: L.
Raymond, C. Sarofeen, T. Stevens, K. Schaner, C. Sausler, K. Raymond. Row 3: M. Saltman,
P. Previtti, S. Rodman, J. Robbins, S. Rodd, L. Raftery.
Row 1: G. Slack, W. Staples, R. Stewart, P. Scultz, B. Sullivan, M. Dinsmore, R. Verzone,
M. Sprague, C. Walsh. Row 2: E. Serisky, J. Taherberge, M. Stefani, B. Taffaloni, D.
Sprowls, K. Ture, M. Vennik, J. Tolson, J. Teirney. Row 3: L. Stevens, B. Stewart, AvV
Tyszkiewicz, C. Taber, V. Severi, T. Tempesta, E. Shaw.
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
LEADING THE FRESHMAN CLASS THIS YEAR ARE: J. Mullaney,
Sec, P. Konary, V. Pres., G. Willis, Pres., M. Turner, Treas.
First there was elementary, then
junior high, and now first year of sen-
ior high school. Here you are learning
the responsibility and assuming the
qualities of leadership which will mold
you into responsible, civic-minded
One of the many important deci-
sions you will make is to aim for a
college, business, or vocational ca-
Your opportunities here are limit-
less, and it is up to you to decide to
take advantage of them. We, the
Graduating Class, know you will meet
this challenge, and we sincerely wish
your future years at R.H.S. will be
happy and rewarding ones . . .
First Row, I to r, A. Brewster, K. Brodrick, L. Barboza, B. Baxter, D. Baily, W. Bernard, D.
Berg, D. Bright. Second Row, I to r, J. Benson, L. Benson, T. Arey, N. Bell, J. Battite, S.
Allen, B. Beam, S. Apromollo, M. Bessete. Third row, I to r, J. Berlow, M. Brennan, L. Beau-
caire, I. Besset, J. Blaine, B. Brousard, P. Brewster, K. Brodrick, L. Bishop.
Row 1, L-R.: J. Carries, W. Corner, W. Curry, B. Conrad, R. Colurn, J. Conlin, M. Brenner.
Row 2: R. Burke, D. Cratfield, H. Butler, A. Burns, L. Gallagher, C. Cady, P. Costa. Row 3:
K. Curtis, E. Cohen, B. Casper, K. Cavanoff, J. Hacker, C. Onely, C. Butts, P. Conslantiono.
Quickly Adjusting to Randolph High
Row 1: P. DeLorenzo, J. Davin, J. Downey, E. Lord, W. Karley, R. DiSimone, N. DeBoe.
Row 2: D. Donnoluee, R. DeBoer, J. Cunningham, B. Dixon, F. DeLong, K. lonovan, R.
DeSisto. Row 3: B. Dean, L. DeNatalis, S. Dailey, N. Dane, R. Dolan, C. Crowley, D. Dolan,
Row 1, L-R.: S. Mallard, R. Leite, B. Keeler, P. Lyons, J. Lindback, P. Konnary, R. Kibbee,
K. Lund. Row 2, L-R.: F. Malfa, P. Kreckler, A. Looner, J. LeVangie, P. Lyons, N. Lane,
R. Lane. Row 3, L-R: S. Lee, R. Lampert, J. Lang, J. Lynch, H. Kelley, D. Major, W.
Larson, K. Kunz.
Row 1, L-R.: W. Mumbler, J. Malone, J. McLaughlin, T. Mullaney, J. Moloney, J. Monte-
forte. Row 2, L-R.: R. Milligan, M. Moore, T. Meaney, E. McGrath, D. Mallett, N. McGory,
R. McMenimon. Row 3, L-R.: R. Mahoney, J. McGrath, K. Miehaelson, B. McGrath, M. J.
McCann, D. Burton, S. Meade. Row 4, L-R.: E. McElroy, P. Mattivello, D. Monit, E. Marks,
J. Mullaney, F. McGown, Y. McFarland.
Row 1: K. Ennis, T. Flaherty, E. Fisher, M. Gale, R. Franklin, R. Foley, J. Fraser. Row 2:
P. Flaherty, R. Fernald, T. Fahey, P. Fineberg, R. Ferrara, J. Caines, J. Fuemara. Row 3:
P. Golding, A. Eicoff, J. Gedutis, G. Galway, P. Ferraro, J. Ellis, L. Forrest.
Row 1: R. Harrington, R. Grosky, R. Jope, J. Johnson, P. Jenkins, T. Griffin, R. Simons,
R. Kelleher. Row 2: S. Hanrahan, B. Hartigan, B. Hedrick, K. Harris, R. Gore, D. Gove,
L. Hanson, J. Jackson. Row 3: N. Hennessey, L. Good, J. Hanlon, D. Hurley, S. Kalitsis,
D. Hall, S. Durome, S. Heger.
Row 1, L-R.: A. Tenasso, J. Tierney, G. Spellman, R. Spearin, H. Tucker, N. Smith, W.
Stone, V. Tempesta. Row 2: K. Stewart, P. Stella, D. Stocks, K. Staaf, W. Spearin, J.
Toomey, E. Smolenski. Row 3: D. Smith, C. Spring, C. Tantillo, C. Sullivan, G. Sullivan,
V. Smith, P. Smythe, D. Sullivan.
Row 1, L-R.: S. Warner, M. Turner, K. Tuminelle, P. Weinberg, J. Wall. Row 2: J. Watson,
J. Walker, J. Walsh, A. Towns, W. Tyszkiewicz. Row 3: P. Walsh, D. Seklenis, K. Wilson,
S. Widron, J. Saia.
Row 1, L. to R.: M. Small, A. Quinan, A. Ricchio, R. Prest, R. Richard, R. Rhinegold, L.
Powers. Row 2, L to R.: L. Shepline, P. Reed, C. Schepis, S. Rosen, M. Powers, M. Richards,
N. Powers. Row 3, L to R.: C. Sinclair, N. Sawczuk, C. Ross, S. Saia, D. Pratt, D. Reed.
Row 4, L to R.: A. Shaw, N. Smart, D. Ricchardi, A. Salamore, L. Sierillo, C. Nobins.
Row 1, L to R.: K. O'neill, E. Perry, D. McPhee, J. Olsen, F. Neumeister, D. Penny, K.
Dueshant. Row 2, L to R.: R. Osborne, R. Page, M. O'Connell, M. Noonan, E. Olsen, S.
Patterson, B. Parker. Row 3, L to R.: M. McSolla, K. Pinto, J. Myers, S. Nathon, B. Perry,
C. Nelson, P. O'Brien, A. M. McSolla.
Senior Shop Members line up against a car: David Noonan, Walter Green, David Vaughn,
and Larry Hawkins.
VOCATIONAL SHOP . . .
Guards of the grease guns . . masters of
the engine tune up . . . R.H.S. Vocational
Course provides an ample outlet for quali-
fied students in the automotive field. Having
passed an entrance examination, boys inter-
ested in mechanics enter a four year course
which includes both classroom training in all
subjects as well as on-the-job-training. Grad-
uate of the Shop Course receive immediate
placement in their field.
Mr. Terrenzi shows Walter and Dave how
to install an intakp manifold gasket.
Mr. Terrenzi shows Stev
an interesting article
the shop manual whi
the boys look on.
Mr. George Simons, Instruc-
tor and manager of athletic
Mr. Edward Terrenzi Class-
room Instructor of Related
Subject in Automotive
Mr. Simons is always willing
to help, and Dave listens in-
. . . Auto Mechanics
future . . .
Through education and
inspiration our faculty
has prepared us for
facing a "world"
Mr. Hubert F. Gilgan
Friend and advisor through our high
A Message to the Seniors
In the world of Randolph High School, you, the class
of 1964 have spent four years preparing for adulthood
in today's highly specialized, complex, and competitive
Here you have gleaned much from teachers and advi-
sors, who, along with parents, have jointly molded your
character and instilled in you a strong sense of moral
obligation and responsibility. You have gained confidence
in yourself and your ability to make careful decisions.
You have decided the goals towards which you will
strive. The building process has been a long one, but
I am assured that you will prove yourselves worthy of and
a credit to the endeavors you have chosen.
Many ideas, facts, theories, and principles of several
divisions of knowledge have been learned. My cautioning
words must be these: whatever ideals and principles you
profess to hold must be exemplified in your actions. If
you say you believe, you must act accordingly; otherwise,
your philosophy and values will be meaningless and un-
productive. "Have the strength of your convictions," is
a motto which you would be wise to heed.
God grant you peace, happiness, and success in
whatever you do; and let your thoughts drift back occa-
sionally to the one place which holds so many pleasant
memories . . . the World of Randolph High School.
Hubert F. Gilgan
The Power Behind
Mr. Cyril T. Powderly
Assistant Principal, Chief Cafeteria
Officer, and one of the nicest people
ever to bellow in our corridors.
Mrs. Simmons, Mrs. Vennik, and Mrs.
Fleming, our three wonderful office
ladies, check the multitude of work
coming into the office every day.
Seated: Mrs. Marie Cormey, Mr. Raymond McGerrigle,
Mrs. McDermott. Standing: Mr. William Lynch, ass't
Superintendent, Mr. Charles Green,
Mr. Thomas Warren, Superintendent.
Mr. Peter Davin,
The guidance department, directed by Mr.
Casey, this year welcomed a new member,
Mr. Cassese, who comes to 'us from Wey-
This department, along with testing, coun-
seling, and directing underclassmen, organ-
ized meetings for seniors with admissions of-
ficials from surrounding college and busi-
ness schools and with speakers involved in
many vocations and employment opportuni-
ties Surely every senior has benefited from
our counseling services
Mr. William J. Casey
Director of Guidance ex-officio N.H.S.
For Better Understanding
Always ready to give a helping hand is Randolph's Asst. Director of Guidance, Miss Brennan.
Here she discusses college applications with Ann Lund.
Of Personal Abilities
Mr. Thomas M. Cassese
Miss Isabella Bennett
Mr. Casey points out some prospective col-
leges that George may apply to.
Asst. Director of Guidance, Senior
Without leaving her office Miss
Bennett laughlingly confers
with Mr. Cassese.
Miss Eleanor Brewster
Mr. John G. Papa
English IV; N.H.S. Advisory Board.
Miss Eleanor M. Kelley
Exactness And Clarity . . .
Clarity, unity, and exactness are the goals
set for students by all the English teachers
led by Mrs. Focte. Always the backbone of
the curriculum, English deepens our insight
into life through the works of such authors
as Shakespeare, Wordsworth, and Wilder.
For the college-bound, careful attention is
given to those skills needed for success in
the verbal areas of the college board exams.
Practical business English prepares our stu-
dents by developing the language abilities to
be used in a highly competitive career
Mrs. Dorothy W. Foote
Head of English Dept.; English III; Eng-
Miss Walsh explains how
periodicals can be useful
for references to: Ann,
Sandy, Debbie, and Ka-
. The Goals of . . .
Some of our English teachers enjoy o break and a chat
Mr. Papa gets pinned by E. Dornlas on Student Apprecia-
. . . The English Department
Mr. Richard Power
English II; Jr. Varsity Basketball.
Miss Martha Foley
English III; F.T.C. Advisor.
Gerry Spellman asks to
hear one of his short
stories checked by Mrs.
Mrs. Jean M. Noblin
English III; Banner Literary Ad-
Mrs. Constance Lindbom
English II; Oracle Literary Advisor.
Mr. Robert Kondracki
English I; Shop English; J.V. Base-
ball and Asst. Football Coach.
Constant Drills And Practice . . .
Mrs. Helen McGonigle
English I, III.
Mr. Anthony Vellante
English II; Dramatic Advisor.
Miss Anastasia Walsh
MISS PATRICIA GALVIN
It is with deep appreciation and fond memories that we
bid "Farewell" to Miss Patricia Galvin, our librarian who
retires this year. Among her many duties expertly accom-
plished were teaching senior English classes, functioning as
head of the Social Studies Department, and serving as Oracle
advisor for many years.
We will miss you, Miss Galvin, and our appreciation and
best wishes will always be with you.
Language Lab Provides Practice
La langue. el lingua . . .
Adieu, monolingual travelers and officials!
Language will remove barriers to international
communication. We will not only understand
others better, but will be liked better if we
speak the native tongue.
In Randolph, foreign language study is intro-
duced earlier and is extended over an increas-
ing number of years. French, Spanish, and Latin
may be studied from grade nine, and Russian
from grade ten.
As the student used the laboratory, he is ex.
posed to the sounds and structures of a for-
eign tongue so that he may gain a fair degree
of fluency in understanding and speaking the
language of another country.
Miss Marguerite O'Neil
Head of Languoge Dept French III, IV.
Mr. Arsenault discusses Cae-
sar with Wally Hesford,
Mothew Fox, Mary May
and Mary Holbrook.
Miss Mullaney tells her class
when to use "qui" and
Miss Judith Fallon
Spanish I, II, III; Cheerleader's
Advisor; N.H.S. Advisory Board.
Mr. Albert Arsenault, Jr.
Latin I, II, III, IV.
Eddie Myllmaki and Kathy Driscoll practice at
the recording table.
. . . In Oral Use And Verbal Comprehension
Miss Suzanne Whittemore
French I; Russian II.
Miss O'Neil listens in with ear-
phone during class recitation.
Miss Linda Dean
Spanish I; Junior Class Advisor.
Miss Ann Mullaney
French II, III.
Mr. John Pistone
History II, Shop History; Problems
of American Govt, and Track
Mr. Theodore S. Pina
History I; Jr. Class Advisor; Bridge
and Whist Club Advisor.
Mr. Francis O'Brien
Head of History Dept.; Problems of Amer-
ican Govt.; Student Exchange; United Na-
tion trip; Varsity Baseball Coach.
Class discussions on timely problems
help enliven Social Studies teaching.
History was made at a rapid pace this past year
and reached a crucial climax with the assassination
of President Kennedy. Under the guidance of Mr.
O'Brien, head of the department, students devel-
oped a better insight into many critical situations.
Also, weekly assignments in current events and a
trip to the United Nations in the fall helped stu-
dents become well informed, interested, and re-
Learning To Interpret The Crisis
Mr. Winston Fairfield
U. S. History; Basketball Coach.
Mr. Chester Gardner
Geography; Consumer Education;
Mr. Guy J. Garon
U. S. History, History I; Asst. Foot-
ball Coach; Freshman Basketball
Mr. Carl H. Fleigner
History I; Freshman Football Coach.
As good with
books as with a
duces U. S. His-
tory to next
Mr. Watson shows the bound-
aries of the Louisiana Purchase
to Dan and Nancy.
Mr. Louis A. Rizzo
Effective Speaking and Law.
And Problems Of Our Democracy
The Business Education Center of
In Randolph High's facsimile of a
real business world, students are
taught and trained to use the funda-
mentals of the skills of typing, book-
keeping, and shorthand. Under the
direction of Miss Diemond, the stu-
dents are able to apply their practical
knowledge in services to individual
teachers and the office staff. Office
Machines are operated expertly and
are used to accomplish much school
"Speak up; sit up; and think up,"
Miss Diemond's effective words of
wisdom, spark the students to con-
Miss Morion Diemond
Head of Business Edicotion Dept.; Office
Mrs. Ann Roche
Bookkeeping I, II; Stenography I;
Sophomore Class Advisor.
Senior girls learning efficient transcription under
direction of Mr. Santry.
Mr. James Sontry
Stenography I; Transcription; Stu-
dent Council; Key Club; Business
Manager of Banner; Pres. of Sec-
ondary Teachers Association.
Mr. Nicholas Mackey
Shorthand; Personal Typing;
Mrs. Ida Marie Kilburn
Typing II; Economics and Sales.
Miss Diemond boss of the supply clerks,
brings material for them.
Mr. John Hurley
Mrs. Mary R. Gibbons
Business Moth; General Math.
Mr. Nathaniel P. Harmon
General Business; Treasurer of Stu-
Mr. Hurley's business class awaits instruction.
The Wonders Of Science
The secrets of biology, chemistry,
and physics are unraveled for our
students by Mr. Crimmins and his as-
sociates. Both laboratory and class
work offer many challenges for in-
Head of Science Dept. .Chemistry;
Science Fair, Chess Club Advisor.
Mr. William G. Garnett
General Science; Science Fair; Con-
servation Club; Scholarship Com-
mittee; Tennis Coach.
Mr. Crimmins and members of the
Chemistry class enjoy Arthur's sense
Mrs. Rosemary Sullivan
Mr. Joseph Bourgeois
Biology; Advanced Biology; Science
Club; Oceanography Club; Science
Fair; N.H.S. Advisory Board.
Mr. Andrew Leverone
Mr. Walter Watson
Physical Science; Practical Science;
Science Club and Oceanography
Mr. Myron L. Ogden
Physics; Algebra I, II; Asst. Track
Mr. Phiflip Saba
General Math; Basic Math; Foot-
Members of an Algebra II class par-
ticipate in "Teacher for a Day."
Mr. Hector Quintana
College Review Math; Plane Geo-
metry; Advisor, N.H.S.
Miss Jane W. Birmingham
Modern Algebra; Algebra I; Mod-
Mr. John W. Marshall
Algebra I; Plane Geometry.
Mr. Paul Lehtinen
Head of Math Dept.; Algebra II;
Advanced College Math; Supply
THE LOGIC OF MATHEMATICS
The mathematics department this year con-
tinued to delve into the complexities of the
fascinating world of "x's, y's, and triangles"
with algebra, geometry, and College Review
Mr. Lehtinen and his department also of-
fered business and practical Mathematics to
business and vocation oriented students, thus
accommodating the entire student body.
. . . The Logic of Mathematics
Training In Specialty Fields . . .
Miss Mary English
Art; Art Appreciation; Freehand
Miss Dorothy Skeels
Girls Gym; Coaching.
Mrs. Signe Heath
Nurse; Future Nurses Club Advisor.
Mr. Samuel Polio
Mechanical Drawing, Driving Pro-
gram, Photography, Randy Program.
Mr. Joseph Zapustas
Director of Physical Education.
As a complement to our academic and extra-curricu-
lar activities, we have proficient teachers serving spe-
Mr. Lacey, applauded at regional music festivals,
conducts a superior band, excellent chorus, and smooth
In the art program, we have Mr. Polio and Miss
English offering their talents in guiding would-be
draftsmen and creative artists.
Mrs. Tierney conducts a full-time reading course de-
signed to improve students' comprehension and speed.
Miss Galvin, cur librarian, keeps available suitable
books and periodicals for all subjects.
The home economics department boasts Miss Reen
and Mrs. Stribley, who teach our girls the economic and
social requirements of a gracious home.
Behind the shouting fans and the spirited athletes
stand Miss Skeels and Mr. Zapustas. Numerous students
participate in the various spcrts directed by these skilled
physical education directors
Giving first aid to many a cut finger and bruised
knee is Mrs. Heath, our school nurse. As advisor to the
Future Nurses' Club, she also introduces our girls to
what may be encountered and enjoyed in a nursing
Mr. Robert Locey
Dir. of Music.
Miss Patricia Galvin
Completes R.H.S. Academic
Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney
Reading; Advisor to the Oracle.
Marsha puts her skills to use in freehand
Miss Gertrude Reen
Home making 1, 2, 3, Family Liv-
ing; F.H.A. Advisor.
Members of the band play dur-
ing one of the assemblies.
Mrs. Carole Stribeley
Homemaking 1, 2, 3; Family Liv-
ing; Future Homemakers of Amer-
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After a strenuous day of
studying in the class-
room, the students of
R.H.S. look forward to
relaxing in the
world of extra-curricular
Council Seeks Solutions To
Seated: Wliliam Saidel, Maureen McGrory, Barbara Tof-
foloni, Carla Nelson, Noreen Hennessey. Standing: Linda
Green, Kevin Kiley, Linda Brusinski, Robert Verzone,
Gail Faring, George Ramoska, Elaine Dornlas, Donna
Richardi. Advisor: Mr. Santry.
The two Cindys and Sandra count the
money collected by the S.C.A.B. for Rosalia.
Is there enough girls?
Student And Administrative Problems
Leading the Student Council this
year are Barbara Toffoloni; Maureen
McGrory, President, Billy Saidel, Vice-
President, Carlo Nelson, Treasurer.
Symbolizing leadership and responsibility is
Randolph High School's own Student Council.
As sponsor of such fine programs as Student
Teacher For a Day, the Christmas Homeroom
Decoration program, and Teacher of the
Year award, the Council has brought honor
and recognition to the members of the club
and to the school. The purpose of the organi-
zation is to create better relationships among
the student body, faculty, and administra-
tion. With the great understanding and help
of the club's advisor, Mr. Santry, the Student
Council has proven itself a worthy and valu-
able asset to the school.
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Editors, Captains .Leaders of school activities; Top row —
Verzone, H. Knight, P. Maccini, W. Hesford, N. Fine,
R. Small, D. Gill, G. Ramoska. Bottom row — F. Azzariti,
L. Gallant, C. O'Brion, D. McNeil, M. McGrory, E. Dorn-
las, S. Keddy, D. McPartland, N. Zaccardi.
Demonstrating Outstanding Qualities
The officers of the Honor Society meet to discuss affairs
with the President, Donna McNeil. They are: Jim Frank-
lin, Bill Saidel, and Steve Silverstein (executive board),
Ken Ekman (Treasurer) Dave Reed (Vice-President),
and Wally Hesford (Secretary).
First row L. to R. — F. Azzariti, M. Fox, S. Silverstein,
K. Ekman, W. Hesford, D. Reed, Donna McNeil (Pres.),
Mr. Quintana (Advisor). Second row — B. Gilman, D.
Hyman, V. Murphy, L. Parkin, L. Parkin, L. Hoeg, C.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Under the capable direction of the new
advisor, Mr. Quintana, the National Honor
Society gives recognition to its forty-seven
members. The four ideals of the society are:
Scholarship — the sum of a strong mind and
Leadership — displaying one's talents to
Character — the noblest contribution which
any person can make for the benefit of
Service — giving one's self to help others.
In addition to the four officers led by the
president, Donna McNeil, the advisory com-
mittee helps the director choose applicants for
admission. Under the new standards for
qualification, only the very top students are
The Joseph Daly Chapter of the National
Honor Society is truly an admirable organi-
zation of Randolph High School.
Hall, N. Fine, J. Franklin. Third row — J. Pink, M. Drury,
N. Wells, B. Levitan, W. East, S. Kelly, C. Dibbern, W.
Saidel, L. Deane.
>, Of Scholarship . . .
Leadership . . .
Miss Fallon discusses membership of a prospective Honor
Society member with the Board. Surrounding her — Mr. Papa,
Mr. Bourgois, Mr. Quintana, and Mr. Casey.
Mr. Quintana talks with our THREE National Merit
Semifinalists, Ken Ekman, Donna McNeil, and David
Character . . .
Mr. Casey addresses the assembly at the Honor Society
induction, last Spring.
To accumulate funds for a Scholarship, a cake sale was
sponsored by the Society. Here — Mss English buys a
piece of cake from Honor student Steve Silverstein.
. . And Service.
Little Oscar . . .
Mr. Murray Lewis re-
ceiver of last year's Hon-
orary Randy, is accom-
panied off the stage by
master of ceremonies,
With a burst of "Oh!'"s ; and "Eee!'"s, the
winners of the coveted gold statuette receive
their awards. The background is an anxious
buzz of the audience combined with the lively
rhythm of the school band. Both students and
teachers are popping with excitement. To the
student with the highest academic record in
each subject, this day is a dream come true.
Top performance in a particular subject-this
is the accomplishment honored by THE
Each year a Randy is given to an outstand-
ing citizen, a person outside our school. This
surprised recipient in '63 was Mr. Murry Lew-
is, former member of the School Committee,
Building Committee, secretary and past presi-
dent of the Eastern College Football Officials,
Commissioner of Football for forty schools,
and third vice-president of the Gridiron Club
RANDY . . .
Nancy Wells accepts her Randy from
Mr. Saba. Key Club boys brought the
statuettes on stage.
Harry Knights gives the
regulations to the Key Club.
The members of the Key Club are always ready
to lend a helping hand. Every year the Student
Council elects a number of students into the club
on the basis of the work they have done. The ser-
vices of the club range from volunteer work at hos-
pitals to keeping the school informed of up-coming
events. The Key Club is a true example of how stu-
dents can accept various responsibilities, work to-^
gether, and render aids that are
and every one of us. OV^JL.
and Pride in
sibilities, work to^ ,-.-_ ^^^^O^i^L ,
beneficial to each -L r&i^c-^X. G
Row 1, L-R: V. Maitino, J. Earle, M. Baronson, J. Pink,
B. Sarni, S. Barnes, S. Liberman, N. Flaherty, D. Casper,
D. Keough, N. Hennessey, Mr. Santry. Row 2: F. Weaver,
A. Gallagher, C. Foley, G. Faring, H. Knights, C. Shabo,
J. Marzinzik, D. Gill, P. Maccini, N. Fine, J. Harrington.
Row 3: D. ink, J. Shack, E. Dornlas, K. Driscoll, D. Barns,
J. ones, H. Freedman, R. Porter, J. Shulman, L. Stanley,
A. Lund, R. Crowly. Row 4: 0. Jimoulis, D. Arnao, P.
Papp, J. Yenof, D. Dolan, M. McNeil, B. Vikre, B. Levitan,
C. Chalfin, M. Renna, R. Berry.
THE 1 964 ORACLE . . .
To the student body,
The Oracle, as almost everyone knows, is
the school year book. It is more, however,
than just a book of pictures and autographs.
It symbolizes you, your school activities, and
plans for the future. For the Seniors, the
Oracle represents the past memories which
will last forever through the pages of their
yearbook. The Oracle for the underclassmen
presents a different experience. It serves as
a preview of the years to come, following
your activities and adventures until you, too,
become a senior.
Your Oracle Staff
Sitting: S. Wells, M. Fix, M.
Fine, K. Driscoll. 2nd Row: E.
Dornlas, A. Lund, E. Kurlitis,
McGrory, N. Flaherty, N.
Snapper, M. Guminski, E.
C. Dibbern, B. Jalkut, S.
Liberman. 3rd Row: S. Handrahan, S. Lane, E. Mylmaki,
M. Cartwright, V. Murphy, F. Azzariti, H. Knights, R.
1st row, L. to R. E. Dornlas, V. Murphy, Mrs. Lindbom Literary Adv.,
N. Fine editor in chief. 2nd row, L. to R. D. Dolan, M. Gallagher, E.
Snapper, C. Dibbern, N. Flaherty, K. Driscoll. 3rd row, L. to R. S.
Hanrahan, S. Burwell, F. Azzeriti, H. Knights, and G. Faring.
Mr. Powderly watches as Business members count
the profit from the Oracle Dance.
MISS ORACLE AND HER COURT
L-R: Mary Lou McNeil, Sandra Keddy, Queen — Elaine Dornlas, Ann Lund, Sandra Singer.
. . . Compiling All of The Year's Activities
Norm's idea for a layout page sounds good to Mrs. Tierney and
Elaine Dornlas, Miss Oracle, and editor-in-
chief, Norman Fine, lead the dance at San-
ta's Dream after the coronation.
Business Staff Produces
Funds For Financing Oracle
"Ads!" "Ads!" "Ads!" is the war cry of Mrs. Tierney,
head of the Oracle Business Department. It is the tre-
mendous job of the members of the business staff to col-
lect enough money to pay for our yearbook. The soles of
their shoes may become worn in the process, but the goal
with the glittering dollar signs pushes them on.
Tyrant of the Oracle — the woman who keeps
things on the move — a whole staff combined
in one person.
Mi My and Moe give orders they expect to be
carried out. Business editors listen attentively.
The Business Staff of the Oracle: seated: S. Wells, M.
Fix, Manager, Mrs. Tierney, Advisor, M. McGrory, Mana-
ger, E. Jalkut, S. Lieberman. First row: A. Larson, A.
Lichenstein, B. Gilman, C. Saunders, I. Chapman, 0.
Jimoulis, J. Drummey, D. Casper, J. Marzinzik. Second
row: D. Barnes, M. Cartwright, C. Foley, R. MacKenzie,
E. Kalitis, C. Schabo, D. Pike, V. Cote, R. Coughlin.
Row 1: A. Webber, G. Abramson, C. Costello, L. Fowler,
A. Witcher, E. Jalkut, J. Marzenzik. Row 2: G. Mullaney,
M. Baltimore, D. Arnao, J. Fernald, A. Kelly, K. Graham,
L. Kay, E. Port. Row 3: M. Elliot, B. Mandevill, N.
Marzinzik, E. Crompton, A. Green. Row 4: S. Warner,
L. Green, D. Krouse, K. Patterson, L. Michael, N. Adams,
D. Fiorentini, M. McPhee, M. Camelio.
Janet Marzinzik sells an Oracle Pledge to Jerry
Members of the Oracle Literary Staff stay late after
school, working on the yearbook.
r k& i a . .
First row, L. to R: S. Dlott, M. McCrath, S. Silverstein,
J. Franklin, K. Eckman, R. Small, C. Saunders, J. Con-
cannon, P. Rudich, L. Dean. Second row, L. to R.: D.
Keough, P. Papp, M. Defeo, B. Esterman, D. Rud, W.
Hesford, D. McNeil, J. Shack, W. East, P. Powers, 0.
Jimoulis, Mrs. Noblin. Third row, L. to R.: Mr. Santry,
B. Vikre, C. Shabo, E. Kurlitis, P. Lebrougey, D. Goren,
K. Kirkegard, B. Kelsey, C. Cortello, J. Yenof, M. Lyons.
Fourth row, L. to R.: D. Smith, A. Sadler. C. Shwartz,
J. Cooke, J. Butler, M. Renna, T. LaBlanc, D. Dolan, P.
Wells, L. Diauto. Fifth row, L. to R.: A. Lauricella, D.
Major, I. O'Brien, J. Pink, M. Baron, M. Drury, J. Rubin,
M. McPhee, L. Pillar, A. Poretsky.
BLUE AND WHITE BANNER
The Blue and White Banner, news-carrier of the
school, has once again successfully completed a
harrowing year of dead lines, reports, and meet-
ings. Although it is a folio of only four pages, it
clearly maps out the busy life of Randolph High,
and, at the same time, exemplifies hard work,
talent, and cooperation. Despite this work, fun be-
comes the headlines at the annual Banner Dance,
the Fashion Show, and the New York trip to the
Columbia Press Conference.
Voice Of Randolph High's Students
Mrs. Noblin, newspaper advisor, reviews the latest edition
of the Banner, with her Co-Editors-in-Chief, Donna Mc-
Neil and Walter Hesford.
A man of many tal-
ents, Mr. Santry,
genial Business Man-
ager of the Banner.
Editorial Staff of the Banner; M. DeFeo, B. Esterman, D.
Keough, D. Hyman, D. Reed, J. Shack, R. Gass, D. MacNeil,
Mrs. Noblin, M. Fox, W. Hesford, W. East, P. Papp, 0.
The music department is composed of
many talented groups, the largest being
the band, directed by Mr. Lacey and his
assistant, Mr. Raposa. It plays its way in-
to many hearts, stirring the spirit of all.
Band entertainment is provided at foot-
ball games, assemblies, concerts and pa-
rades. Yearly events of competition and
S. E. M. S. B. A.
B. U. Game
South Eastern Mass. Music Festival
Surely the faculty and student body of
R. H. S. will agree that our band is worthy
of great praise and is second to none.
R.H.S. DANCE BAND
Members of the Dance Band practice for the Con-
cert after school hours. Their efforts have paid off
in "swinging" entertainment at R.H.S. dances
throughout the year.
Mr. Lacey directs the band during
the Christmas assembly rehearsal.
Mr. Rapoza — -Front Mr. Lacey. Left to Right: Line 1 :
Wally Hesford, Richard Grosky, Frank Malfa, Barbara
Esterman, Richie Leombruno, Mike McGrath. Line 2:
Sam Wentzell, Jeri Truelson, Sandra Bronzas, Arthur
Brewster, Joe Quill. Line 3: Joe Connolly, Eru Metzler,
Nancy Adams, Frankie Benson, Richie Nelson. Line 4:
Ann Whitcher, Donna Arnao, Nancy Marzinzik, Ena Bell.
Line 5: Carol Quill, Judy Dummick, Joyce Carlson,
Jokers On The March .
Charles Warrick, Lyman Powers, Ruth Olson. Line 6:
Dave Diauto, Jimmy Diauto, Ellen Greenbum, William
DeBoe, Larry Colson, Peter Maccini. Line 7: Ellen Johnson,
Brad Parker, George Johnson, Richard Caseno, Jimmy
Davin, Elizabeth Marks. Line 8: Billy Flood, Dale Clark,
Glen Galaway, Lee Ann Diauto, Pamela Symthe, Betty
Linfield, Joyce Middleton.
Members Perform At Statewide
CHORUS MEMBERS: 1st Row M. Penny, D. Dolan, K.
Pinto, M. Holbrook, B. Lewis, J. Truelson, N. Guilde, C.
Schwartz, S. Foley, C. Penney, C. Goode, J. Middleton,
Mr. Lacey. 2nd Row E. Shaw, D. Clark, J. Ferraro, K.
Cammorata, L. Diauto, A. Bowler, I. Chapman, A. Burns,
L. Pinto, P. Smythe, P. Creighton. 3rd Row B. Esterman,
M. Defeo, D. Arnao, M. LeBlanc, N. Marzinzik, H. Klimas,
C. Sarofeen, L. Brusinski, D. Lichenstein, A. Hackett, M.
Tyszkiewicz, E. Linfield, M. Denner. 4th Row R. Leom-
bruno, M. Gale, G. Johnson, M. McGrath, R. Nelson, P.
Maccini, C. Saunders, W. Hesford, J. Yundt, R. Grosky,
W. DeVoe, D. Dombrowski, G. Galway, D. Stocks.
Dick plays and sings (what a man!),
while Barbara can barely keep from
laughing. Together, the two have
entertained many an audience.
elodious voices and rhythmic songs are the artis-
tic characteristics of the Randolph High School Chor-
us. These devoted and talented members spend
many hours rehearsing for assemblies, concerts,
shows, and the music festival. Individual chorus
members also participate in S.E.M.S.B.A., District,
and All-State festivals.
Much of the success of the chorus is accredited to
its capable and industrious director, Mr. Lacey, who
devotes many extra hours to perfecting the school's
chorus. Tribute gees to these hard-working students
who offer much enjoyment to their school.
Richard as Nanki-Poo and Barbara as Yum-Yum
carry the quiet reserve of the oriental.
Singing Japanese ladies congregate on the stage.
rsistent Practice "Pays Off"
In Precision Personified
Under the supervision of Mr. Lacey,
the Drill Team waits hopefully for an-
other eventful year. The team is com-
prised of girls who are interested in
music as well as having the skill and ini-
tiative to learn new routines.
The Drill Team performs at football
games, concerts, parades, and many more
These girls spend many long and tir-
ing hours perfecting many dances. In
spite of all the hard work, the members
of the Drill Team are happy to be a part
of this impressive group and are proud
of their performances.
Long hours of practice precede the dazzling routines which
the twirlers put on during the year. During the football sea-
son, these high-stepping and high-spirited girls practice with
the Drill Team for many tedious hours, but their efforts are
not in vain. The half-time shows are always original, precise,
and spectacular. Thorughout the year, the twirlers also par-
ticipate in concerts and state-wide competition.
R.H.S. TWIRLERS: M. Vennik J. Eloma, L. Murphy, N. Beal, K. Sullivan, S. Gaynor, L.
Gallagher, K. Michaelson, J. Fleming, D. Wadon. In Back, the Head Twirlers: Leah Michaels
and Sandra Keddy.
1st row, I to r: N. Hennesy, E. Dornlas, D. Keough.
2nd row, I to r: B. O'Leary, R. Melia, L. Bruzinski,
A. Lund, J. O'Brien, S. Singer.
I to r. Denise Keough, Elaine Dornlas, Ann
Lund, and Sandy Singer.
Led by Elaine Dornlas, the varsity cheerleaders help the
team to victory.
CHEERING US ON WITH SPARK AND SPIRIT
RANDOLPH That's our cry VICTORY ! ! !
With unexcelled vigor and loyalty our cheerleaders add
a spark of excitment to all of our games. They are our
stars of confidence, sharing with us the thrill and heart-
break of victory and defeat, backing our team one hun-
dred per cent. Our cheerleaders devote many long hours
to the perfection of a new cheer. We thank you, cheer-
leaders of R. H. S., for an exciting and unforgettable
time at our athletic events.
Varsity cheerleaders raise the spirit of
fans at the O.A. game
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: L to R Captain J. Gedutis, B. Hartigan, M. Turner, J. Cana-
van, E. Bean, J. Arey, S. Salitsis, B. Casper, N. Hennessey.
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB . . .
Seated, L. to R.: Jalkut, Faring, Maccini, Burwell, Dibbern,
McNeil. 1st, L. to R.: Kellider, Wells, Shulman, Gilde,
Vikre, Powers, Barnes, Driscoll, Murphy, Shabo, Abra-
mson, Blaine, Powers, Jones, Kelly, Miss Foley Advisor.
2nd, L. to R.: Condlin, Port, Baltimore, Kelsey, Shulman,
Rosenberg, Carlson, Quill, LaVangie, LaBlanc, Silverstein,
East, Caselden, Jimoulis, Maitino. 3rd, L. to R.: O'Hara,
Johnson, Pinto, Schwartz, Kramer, O'Brien, O'Neil, Miller,
Sandler, Lichenstien, Barnes, Jayes, Conrad, Lerro. 4th,
L. to R.: McSolla, Penney, Dinatole, Mednick, Estermcn,
Kelly, Rubin, Riddle, Hesed, Turner, Berlow, Arth, Poret-
sky, Sarni, Brazas. 5th, L. to R.: Lipsky, Dlott, Knights,
Ziccardi, McGrath, Merrill, Campbell, Swartz, Verzone,
Leombruno and Morton.
Learning the Art of Learning
Preparing students for the teach-
ing profession is the main function of
the Future Teachers Club. Through
panel discussions, reports, and inter-
esting talks, students learn about the
many challenging and rewarding as-
pects of teaching as a career. Many
cultural opportunities are offered to
the club's members. Field trips to
museums, colleges, and other places
of interest are made yearly. On the
social side, a dance and on annual
banquet or outing are usually on the
Miss Foley, Advisor of F. T. C., talks over
future plans with the officers of the Future
CLUB . . .
Harry enjoys having his temperature
taken by F.N.C. officers Carol O'Brien
and Dottie Dolan.
The girls of Randolph High who wish to enter the nurs-
ing profession are able to join Randolph High School's
Future Nurses Club. Under the trained guidance of our
school nurse, Mrs. Heath, the girls have the opportunity
of becoming better acquainted with the duties of this
highly-skilled profession. These girls may gain practical
experience by doing volunteer work in different hospitals.
Girls For A
Future Of Importance
F. N. C.
1st row, I to r: L. Vennik, C. O'Brien, President, K. Win-
ston, D. Dolan. 2nd row, I to r: K. Michalson, S. Lee, P.
Garvey, J. Spring, S. Karp, N. Hennesy. 3rd row, I to r:
E. Crompton, D. Pink, M. Renna, J. Meyers, C. Swartz, J.
Michaelson, J. Betty.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Randolph's Future Homemakers of America were again
very active this year. Lorraine Gallant, this year's president,
led the club through many activities. F. H. A. members learn
such womanly arts as cooking, sewing, and other home duties.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Stribley these girls learn the
duties and skills necessary to be a good housewife. When they
leave Randolph High, the F. H. A. girls are ready and ex-
perienced to perform as homemakers.
Sandee is putting the finishing touches on her blouse.
Mrs. Stribly explains hemming to the girls.
"Curtain going up!" is a familiar expression
known by all in the Dramatics Club. Students
interested in the mechanics of the theatre are
given several opportunities to display their dra-
matic and technical skills by participating in
various activities. The main goal of the club
is to present to the public at least one play each
year. Serving as both director and advisor for
the club is Mr. Vellante. Under his fine direc-
tion and supervision, club members, this year,
rehearsed scenes, memorized lines, erected
stage setting, and designed costumes for "The
Curious Savage," the 1964 production.
The officers of the Dramatics Club sit with their advisor,
smiling Mr. Vellante. Surrounding President Lorraine
Gallant are Dick Small, Jim Franklin, Anita Silverstein
and Peggy Gallagher.
Enriching Our Cultural Environment
DRAMATICS CLUB: 1st row L. to R. — Diott, MacDonald,
Rosenburg, Leombruno, King, Cadoff, Azzariti, Raskin,
Saunders, Ruddik, Putnan, Gallagher, Laun. 5th — Pink,
Jimoulis, Casper, Camelio, Kelly, East, Drury, Bernard,
Snapper, Jalkut, Conrad, Liberman. 4th — Golberg, Swartz,
McCan, Kelly, Kelly, Shack, Moran, Pearlman, Lane,
Arnao, Crompton, Larsen. 3rd — Kelsey, Costello, Sarafine,
Kurlitis, Chalfin, Tenof, Sandler, Meaney, Lavangie, Mur-
phy, Hartizan. 2nd — Jayes, Baltimore, Vikre, Cunning-
ham, Liboquy, Driscoll, Goldenburg, Castelton, Marzinzik,
Fowler, Bell, Stanley, Abrahson, Sehepis, Rosenburg, Port.
1st — Officers — Silverstein, (Historian), Franklin (Treasurer)
Gallant (Pres.), Small (V. Pres.), Gallagher (Sec.)
A Variety of Special Clubs
ALL THE KING'S MEN: Seated: K
Sherr, B. Kieler, D. Bright, J. Frank-
lin, R. Small, President, R. Rosen-
berg, W. McMenimon, M. Baron.
Standing: P. Ruddick, C. Saunders,
M. McGrath, Mr. Crimmins, Advi-
sor, M. Moore, and M. Lipsky.
SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS: Seated: C. Saunders, J.
Adams, B. Levitan, E. London, I. Chapman, H. Hesed.
Standing: Mr. Bourgeois, Advisor, F. Ellis, P. Ruddick,
The Oceanography Club offers a pastime
of limitless interest in life in the "briny-
deep." Under the guidance of Mr. Bourgeois,
the club participates in many activities, such
as, field trips and individual research.
Students who like to challenge others at
bridge or those who want to learn about the
fascinating game of "trumps" and "tricks"
belong to the Bridge and Whist club. With
Mr. Pina as advisor, the club has many ex-
citing and enjoyable meetings.
With the advice of SAr. Crimmins, the mem-
bers of the Chess Club play many brain-teas-
ing games as they learn the tactics and stra-
tegy. Their keen challenging is rewarded by
C. Warwick, F. Azzariti, J. Swartz, W. Staples, D. Sprou-
les, P. Guifoyle, A. Rubin, K. Sherr.
being able to "checkmate" Mr. Crimmins.
The Science Club encourages students to
take an enthusiastic interest in all branches
of science. Under the guidance of Mr. Bour-
geois the members participate in individual
research, field trips, and group projects.
Those students interested in forestry and
wildlife formed the Conservation Club with
Mr. Garrett as advisor. The club, headed by
Thomas Verzone, is divided into several de-
partments, such as; geology, forestry, and
wildlife management, according to the inter-
ests of its members. One project done by the
club was a rough survey of the new outdoor
laboratory for the advanced Biology class.
Complete Our World Of Activities
Seated: Christine Schepis, Kenny
Shur, Bob Gass, and Marshall Lu-
rie. Standing: Mr. Pina, Patty Ma-
zulos, Linda DiNatale, Elisa Kat-
ler, Myrna Baron, Richard Tysz-
kiewicz, Neil Stroul, Joseph Ros-
enburg, Robert Cutler. Standing,
back row: Ed Lapin and Matty
R. H. S. OCEANOGRAPHY CLUB: Seoted: D. Hylen,
J. Adams, B. Levitan, Secretary, E. Kalitis, Vice-Presi-
dent, F. Azzariti, President, V. Pochay, Treasurer. Stand-
ing: T. Verzone, C. Saunders, J. Swartz, J. Leehan, E.
London, W. Lane, I. Chapman, A. Greene, I. Grosky,
D. Pike, Mr. Bourgeois, Advisor.
The members of the Conservation Club: Norman Bour-
beau, Chuck Saunders, Thomas Verzone, President,
Stanley Burwell, and Mr. Garnett, Advisor.
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R.H.S.'s school spirit is
released at the many
Randolph has been well rewarded
in game, league, and
state championships and our
quality of sportsmanship
has been developed.
THE BLUE DEVILS
Mr. Phil Saba
Bob Varzone blocks for Silverstein.
A first down for Randolph.
Mr. Bob Kondracki
Mr. Saba sends Strickland in with instructions for
the next play.
A tired squad take a well needed break.
STARTING LINEUP — R. Seaverns, R. Strickland,, H.
Knights, G. Ramoska — Co. Capt. M. Campell, D. Gill —
Co. Capt. J. Aiello, R. Disimone. Standing: P. Brooks-
Q.B., Bockfield, S. Silverstein, M. Hayward, E. Lord.
Spunk and Spirit . . . Keynote of 'The Devils"
The 1963 Randolph High School football
team was not the most successful from a
standpoint of win and lose record (1-8), but
it most assuredly succeeded in other ways which
are more important. The team had a sprink-
ling of veterans but was mostly comprised
of underclassmen who had never played
varsity football. This, of course, hindered the
early-season progress of the team. The many
thrills that our team members provided and
the courage they showed week after week in
the face of strong odds will serve them well
in years to come. We, at Randolph, are proud
of our 1963 football team; and because of its
sacrifices on the field, the 1964 season looms
very bright indeed.
R. Seavrns, R. Strickland, H. Knights, G. Ramoska, Co-
Capt. M. Campbell, D. Gill Co-Copt., J. Aiello, R. Disi-
mone. 2nd row, P. Broderick, J. Damon, R. Sullivan, R.
Hall, S. Silverstein, P. Brooks, M. Hayward, E. Lord, J.
Kelly, D. Konary, C. Bucavalus. 3rd row, B. Needham,
D. Doherty, J. Cole, J. Diauto, R. Verzone, J. Yundt, N.
Bourbeau, M. Sprague, M. Vaughn, C. Wengler, W.
Fistori, W. Saidel, G. Harrington, A. Gallagher, Manager.
Despite being the youngest team in the
Hockomock League, the R.H.S. basketball
squad proved its ability this season by de-
feating such highly-rated league contenders
as Foxboro and Mansfield. Scoring averaged
over sixty points per game, and if two one-
point overtime losses, early in the season,
were reversed, the Blue Devils would have
closed the season with a winning record. New
coach Winston Fairfield struck with his young
team all the way, and it rewarded him with
an alert and hustling brand of basketball.
Senior Bobby Churron was the team's play-
maker, while juniors Bob Govan and John
Noblin provided the scoring punch. Govan
averaged twenty points a ballgame while
NobMn was counted on for fifteen. Juniors
Ray Disimone and Bob Strickland not only
did most of the rebounding, but also averaged
around ten points a game. With the last four
starters returning next year, along with re-
serves Tim Burns, Paul Brooks, Bill McMeni-
mon, Dennis Konary, and Steve Downing, R.
H.S. basketball fans can look forward to many
hoopster thrills in 1964-1965.
The 1964 Varsity Basketball team: Bottom row, I. to r.,
Manager Bob Gass, Bill McMenimon, John Noblin, Bob
Govan, and Bob Charron. Top row, I. to r., Coach Fair-
field, Dennis Konary, Ray Disamone, Bob Strickland, Tim-
my Burns. Missing when the picture was taken: Paul
Brooks and Bobby Green.
Hustle And Talent
Bob Strickland gets two more points.
Dennis Konary sets for a foul
shot as the tension mounts.
Randolph. .65 Stroughton . . . . 66
Randolph. .65 Sharon 75
Randolph. .72 Mansfield 73
Randolph. .63 Oliver Ames . . . 82
Randolph.. 72 Franklin 59
Randolph.. 72 Canton 52
Randolph. .64 King Philip . . . . 69
Randolph.. 82 Foxboro 65
Randolph.. 78 Stoughton 72
Randolph. .60 Sharon 75
Randolph.. 74 Mansfield 70
Randolph. .57 Oliver Ames . . . 82
Randolph.. 62 Franklin 77
Randolph.. 73 Canton 57
Randolph. .69 King Philip . . . . 66
Randolph.. 48 Foxboro 82
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RANDOLPH'S GREAT BASEBALL TEAM: Bottom Row, L-
R: J. Spellman, R. Callahan, F. Baker, F. Moran, E. Ma-
guire, M. Gabardi, B. Green, B. Charron.
Top Row, L-R: A. Melia, R. Zack, M. Cartwright, T.
Turner, B. Fistori, M. Fleming, E. Cummings, J. Bale-
wicz, B. Brennan, Mr. O'Brien.
Baseball . . .
Diamond Kings '63
Randolph lost its Hockomock League title,
which it held for three consecutive years, and
finished the l 963 season with a record of l 1-6.
However, Coach O'Brien can be proud of the
pitching he received from junior, Tom Turner.
The spectacular event of last year was Zack's
at over Oliver Ames when he pitched four-
flfen consecutive innings. Mike Fleming, by
many hours of hard work, became one of the
ost outstanding first basemen in R.H.S. his-
rning veterans, Mike Cartwright, Bob
ChaTherff^rank Moran, Bill Fistori, Russell Cal-
lahan, and Tom Turner, form the muscles of
the l 964 team.
Mike gets set to hit another
long ball. ^
Frank Moran rounds third base and
starts that long way home.
Fistori runs home on a two-out,
Jimmy Spellman slides into
base, adding another run to
R.H.S. Trackman Score High
Standing, left to right: Coach John Pistone, John Flatery,
Doughy Wat-more, Bille Beale, John Bullock, Paul Bullock,
Jim Green, Paul Connors. Second Row: Joe Mahoney, Jim
Hunter, Nick Zaccardi, John ConCannon, Paul McGowan,
Art Dulong, Mike Burke.
The R. H. S. Blue Devils catapulted to an undefeated sea-
son last year under the able coaching of Mr. Pistone. Long,
lung-bursting hours of work, a close cooperation between
team members and the guiding feet of Coach Pistone led the
team to unprecedented heights.
The big moments of the year were John Concannon's last
minute dash to win the state two-mile championship and the
whipping given Stoughton by which we captured the league
title. Let's hope it's done again this year!
"Slow down, you idiot, I'm on the
same team!" A familiar sight —
Nick Zaccardi and Mike Burke tying
for first in the 880.
Randolph's h a r d - driving
Coach John Pistone, who
has led the R.H.S. harriers
to four championship years.
In League Competition
CROSS COUNTRY RECORD
20; Weymouth 36; Silver Lake
16; Foxboro 47
22; Canton 33
15; Stoughton 50
23; Quincy 34
15; Franklin 48
South Shore Champ.
1 5; Sharon 50
South Shore Principals
20 King Philip 43
New England Champ.
Hocamock League Champ.
Dulong, Mahoney, and Burke sprint out the last
laps for the mile run.
Teams enjoyed an undefeated season.
Coach Pistone jokes with the boys in the locker
room after the Stoughton romp.
Row 3, L. to R.: Coach Pistone, S. Silverstein, N. Fine,
A. Niesen, R. Strickland, M. Fleming, J. Hunter, M.
Vaughn, R. Powers. Row 2: N. Zaccardi, J. Concannon,
P. McGeowan, P. Fichter, A. Dulong, C. Bucuvalas. Row 1:
J. Mahoney, C. Wengler, M. Burke, R. Blotner, B. Beal,
B. Munch, N. Bourbeau.
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The state champions, R.H.S. Indoor Track team, poses for
a picture with its hard-earned gold trophy. 1st row, I. to r.
Ed Lord, Nick Zaccardi (2nd, Class C, 600), Co-Captain
Steve Silverstein (4th Class C. 50), John Pistone, coach,
Co-Captain Arvyn Niesen (1st, state, 50), Paul McGeowan
(1st, Class C, mile), John Concannon (1st, Class C, two
mile), Mike Burke (2nd, Class C, mile). 2nd row, I. to r.
R. Bullock, R. Disimone, R. Strickland, J. Fraser, M. Hey-
ward, K. Slotnick, R. Blotner, J. Mahoney. 3rd row,
I. to r. S. Prenovitz, J. Connors, T. Flaherty, B. Lord, N.
Bourbeau, M. Bruner, J. Bullock, G. Spellman, and J.
class B ~~ in'"fhr" n u Ugh both
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Crossing the finish line at
Boston Garden, Paul Mc-
Geowan takes first place in
the Class C mile run.
by John Concannon
The success of Randolph's illus-
trious track teams can be directly
attributed to its hard-working
coach John Piston.
Mr. Pistone first gained renown
at Tufts University for his talents
as a shortstop on the champion-
ship baseball team and as an ex-
cellent middle distance runner on
the track team.
Upon graduating from Tufts in
1958 with a Bachelor of Science
Degree in History, he was im-
mediately appointed to a teaching
and coaching position at Randolph
High. Since his graduation, he has
continued his studies and he now
holds a Master's D praa in Educa-
His first experience in coaching
at Randolph was with the fresh-
man basketball team which went
undefeated. As a newly appointed
track coach, he was to experience
oven greater success. From the
beginning his track teams were
unbeatable in all phases of the
This year's team , which Mr. Pis-
lone considers his " best ever " has
won every possible honor. The
:eam streaked through the cross-
rountry season, taking home the
winners trophy in the^Catholic
VIemorial Invitational, South
Shore Principals'. South Shore
Championship, Hockomock League
Championship, and State Class C
Title. Continuing in the indoor
season, the team is undefeated in
luaL meets, including a victory
:>ver favored Catholic Memorial,
and has just recently won the
""lass C Tnrinnr Titl«v"l
Sophomore star Art Dulong,
a harrier who shines with
promises, is shown here
winning the Hockomock
Taking a second place in the Class C mile run,
Sophomore Mike Burke slows his form.
Jim Hunter and John Concannon round a corner
at the Garden. John, though having been tripped
and trampled on, won the event, and Jim just
The reason R.H.S. has such a great track
team — coach Pistone taking the boys through
a practice session up and down Memorial
The interest in competitive athletics is not
limited to the boys as Miss Skeels and many
sports-minded girls have shown. This year the
girls have partaken in basketball games and
bowling tournaments; in the spring they will
compete in softbal! games. Throughout the
year, various clinics are held with the hope
of introducing new techniques in girls' sports.
In the years to come, girls can look forward
to a tennis team and competitive archery
Standing, I to r, J. Adams, J. O'Loughlin, C. Handrahan, M. Walsh, L. Floyd. Kneeling,
I to r, T. Tempesta, P. Swanson, S. Kelly.
Front Row, L to R: A. Higgins, N. Hennessey, S. Kelly, M. Febreau, J. Mednick. Back row,
L to R: Ellen Johnson, Mary Ellen Walch, Pat Swanson, Sheryl Handrahan, D. Pink.
Mr. Kondracki, Robert Con-
nors, Robert Anderson, Paul
Dower, Robert Phisone, John
Noblin, Francis Burke. 1st
row Jack Walsh, Kevin Ki-
ley, Robert Greene, Alan
Young, William McMemion,
Dennis Konery, Robert Fav-
reau, Robert Osborne.
J. V. SPORTS
Although they do not receive the same publici-
ty as the varsity sports, the Jay Vee activities can
be applauded for producing many capable and
successful athletes, especially in baseball and
basketball. Coaches Kondracki and Power have
consistently turned out spirited and winning
Artie Zack sinks a bosket and racks up two more
points for Randolph.
J. V. BASKETBALL
1st row, I to r: F. Castledon, K. Kiley, B. Farreau, R. Verzone,
P. Howard. 2nd row, I to r: Coach Power, H. O'Loughlin, P.
Hemingway, S. Downing, S. Cadematori, A. Zack, P. Murphy.
i RAND 1
Garnettmen Show Steady Progress
Racketmen of R.H.S.: Top, I. to
r.: Mr. Garnett, M. Goldberg, S.
Cadoff, P. Merrill, S. Burwell, B.
Porter. Bottom, I. to r.: S. Dlott,
S. Leibowitz, R. Goldmon, B. Sai-
del, M. Bornstein.
Coach, Mr. Garnett. His diligence
and persistence has paid off the
past few years.
In spite of a late start and a lack of veterans the tennis team has
shown the spirit of R.H.S. by its good sportsmanship in courageous
battles against superior teams .
With the example set by Captain Richard Goldman, the team
kept their spirit up and made great progress under the capable
direction of Mr. Wm. Garnett.
Based on the performances of the new men, M. Bornstein, M.
Goldberg, S. Dlott, S. Leibovitz, S. Cadoff, P. Merrill, and co-captains
S. Burwell, and B. Saidel, hopes are high for a winning team next year.
Stanley Burwell, captain of this year's hustling Ten-
nis Team, stretches high while serving in a prac-
Bob Gass tees off on the 9th hole at Pine
Our hackers, slicers, and dubbers: Top row, I. to r.: Mr. Sargeant,
M. Fox, R. Wilson, R. Gass, L. Parkin. Kneeling: D. McKenzie,
J. Sawczuk, A. Iskra.
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"Blow, Leon, blow!" Bob Gass and Coach
Sargent urge Leon Parkin onward to sink-
ing his "hole in one."
The Randolph High School golf team enjoyed a winning season
primarily due to the expert coaching of Mr. Paul Sargeant and to the
fine leadership of Captain John Sawczuk. The outstanding perform-
ance of the first team, Leon Parkin, the winner of the Raymond Mc-
Gerrigle Golf Plaque, and Robert Gass, was also a contributing fac-
tor to the team's success. The season ended with a record of four-
three which compares favorably with the twenty-nine points scored
against the Blue Devil golfers. The golf team, now predominate]
seniors, looks forward to greater success under the guidance
Captain Matthew Fox.
Mill Hill fin
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The Oracle staff acknowledges
with gratitude the
generous individual con-
tributions of Randolph
sionalmen, restauranters, and
school organizations to
the success of this year's
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OUR BOOSTERS AND LOYAL ALUMNI
Mr. & Mrs Hubert F. Gilgon
Mr. Rodger Alan Ruddick '61
Tony & Gina '64
Mr. & Mrs. Harold T. Powers
Mr. Kevin Young
Mr. Albert Otto
Mr. Danny McKenzie
Mr. William M. MacKenzie
Mr. Paul Digirolmo
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Ford
Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. MacKenzie
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Otto H. Stein
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Arthur Cohen - Literary Editor '63
The Sander Family
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Kenneth Kane & Co.
Woodlawn Flying A
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In memory of James R. Johnston
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Class of '41
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The "J" Tanara's
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THANKS FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS
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The Murphy Family, San Leandro, Calif.
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Pete Horrigan '63
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1964
CARTWRIGHT FMUL HOMES
419 No. Main Street, Randolph
69 So. Franklin Street, Holbrook
CONGRATULATION TO THE CLASS OF 1964
STATE REPRESENTATIVE TO MASS. LEGISLATURE
Ralph W. Cartwright, Jr.
71 So. Main Street
Our Industrial Patrons And
Our Professional Men
DR. JOHN BERRY
DR. AND MRS. ANDREW
DR. J. P. AMERENA
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Doctors, Lawyers, And Druggists
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GAL LAW AY
DR. MARSHAL H. FELDMAN
H. ALTMAN D.M.D.
HOLLWELL NURSING HOME
Cor. Main & Warren St.
Paul Boyle Reg. Pharmacist
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DR. AND MRS. SAMUEL J.
DR. ROBERT W. LeLACHEUR
DR. BARCE ANIMAL
Fernandes Shopping Center
Our Business People
DALEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Robert L. Daley
1 Alden Street
The Many Supporters
C. R. BUMS i
21 Doran Road Brookline, Mass.
RALPH C. WILDE
Complete Insurance Protection
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '64
ARTHUR L. DOODY
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
247 So. Main St.
Good Luck to all Graduates
May They All Become Happy
KIERNAN REALTY CO.
963 - 5554
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF
ARTHUR C. MORTON
155 N. Main Street
Who Have Given To . . .
375 Main Street
9-1 1 Sunday
Ice Cream and Sandwich
of Randolph, Inc.
333 Center St.
Eddie shows us how it is done.
LYNWOOD CAFE, INC.
Cor. South and Center Streets
F. Kurlitis, Mgr.
The Book Of Our World
H. A. HILL & SONS
44 No. Main St.
40 year as your
Ford, Falcon, Fairlane,
536 So. Main St.
RANDOLPH DRUG CO.
Best wishes to the class of
42 No. Main
"In The Square"
Best wishes from
and CARD SHOP
Headquarters for quality
60 No. Main Street,Randolph
G. W. CONDON, Inc.
900 No. Main St.
WELCH and SCHNEIDER
Attorneys at Law
Memorial Parkway, Randolph
OF THE CLASS OF 1964
1 167 No. Main Street
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SERVING THE STUDENTS AND
FACULTY OF RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL
Best Wishes from . . .
NORTH MAIN STREET
Where You Get Wonderful
1 153 No. Main Street
JON HARRI COIFFURES
86 No. Main Street
FRANK'S BARBER SHOP
97 North Main Street
Best wishes to the Class '64
Best Wishes from
TONY, THE BARBER
to the Class of 1964
5 Old Street
Best wishes to the
Class of 1964
Country Barber Shop
Best Wishes from
1191 No. Main Street
BETTY'S BEAUTY SALON
Betty Scott White
59 Ward St. 963-2474
PENTHOUSE BEAUTY SALON
WOODLAWN CLEANERS, INC.
For the finest in Dry
Cleaning same day service
B. HORLINK JEWELERS
Diamonds - Watches - Gifts
105 No. Main St. 963-6030
RANDOLPH FABRIC &
90 No. Main Street
963-9784 Randolph, Mass.
MURRAY'S 5c to $5.00
963-5130 Randolph, Mass.
Distinctive Clothing for
Men and Boys
1 183 No. Main Street
& GIFT SHOP
Diamonds Watches Rings
Watch Repairing 963-4710
WOODLAWN CARD &
Best in Cards and Music
Ladies Specialty Shop
40 No. Main St. Randolph
THE LLOYD'S of RANDOLPH
123 No. Main Street
Best Wishes from
MINIHAN'S HANDY STORE
A & R CLEANERS
217 No. Main St.
M.B.CLAFF & SONS, INC
506 No. Warren Avenue
755 Beacon St.
M. M. MAKER
Painting & Decorating
Class of '64
CLEANERS & DYERS
1057 No. Main Street
JOHN J. LORD
DE CELLE and SON
Graduation Gift at
Watches - Rings - Diamonds
Barry gets fitted for shoes.
CHASE m SOI II.
Sponsors of Randolph School Safety Calenders
Russ McKenzie enjoys a snack
Open daily from 5:30 A.M. to
12:00 P.M. except Sundays
11:30 A.M. -2:00 P.M. Mon.-Fri.
Good Luck to '64
44 No. Main Street
RANDOLPH PAINT and
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Good Luck '64
1 150 No. Main Street
533 N. Main St
Thomas G. Smith
Dodge — Dodge Dart — Lancer
New Modern Body 7
Complete Car Painting
All work done of Budget Plan
RAY'S OIL COMPANY
MOBILE GAS STATION
ELDON B. WILLIS
Woodlawn Gulf Station
289 So. Main St.
tan 43333 ^!
870 No. Main St.
JOHN T. CALLAHAN
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
106 So. Main St. Randolph
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
1266 No. Main Street
E. C. YOUNG CO.
186 So. Main Street
A. GRAZIANO, INC.
71 Adams Street
It is a pleasure to
serve the students,
graduates and the
faculty of Randolph
No. Main St.
15 Pleasant St.
WHITEY'S HOME BAKERY
Fresh Goods at all Times
39 No. Main St.
232 So. Main Street
A&K MOWER CO.
6 Bridge St.
208 Union St.
Compliments to the
Class Of 1964
329 No. Main Street
Where you get those delicious
Chas.C. Copeland Co.Inc.
No. Main Street
ROBERT J. HUDSON
successor to R. J. Hudson Sr.
Horse Shoe Specialist
Oil and Burner Service
CONRAD'S SUPER MARKET
1057 No. Main Street
to the Class of 1964 from
PAPP BROTHERS COMPANY
1191 No. Main Street
No. Main St., Randolph
YOU NEED IT
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LUCILLE M. SCHARR
Music and Pre-school
5 Fencourt Ave.
F. DIAUTO and SON
AND MASON SUPPLIES
Fuel Oils and Burner Service
NEON 5/0 JV
co i, in a
146 So. Main St.
famous for our sandwiches
established since 1941
ORDERS TO TAK
C & D ALUMINUM PRODUCTS
Combination Doors & Windows
specializing in Jalousie Porches
KIDDIE TOWN INC.
Juvenile Furniture - Toys
84 No. Main Street
'For Those Nicer Flowers"
407 So. Main Street
TOABE HARDWARE INC.
1 169 No. Main Street
No. Randolph, Mass.
CASUAL COVE INC.
North Main Street
The oldest store for shoes
or shoe repair in town.
LARRY SASS FLORIST
MINIHAN'S HANDY STORE
No. Main Street
Best of Luck to" the
Class of 1964
SEMINSI FUEL and
North Street, Braintre©
WRIGHTS SPORT CENTER
CROVO'S FRUIT STORE
109 N. Main St.
BAMBIE & DEBBIE
RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL
SCHOLASTIC JEWELERS, INC.
Boston's Largest Maufacturing Jewelers
5174 Washington Street
Boston 32, Massachusetts
WARREN KAY VANTI1 STUDIO
Class of '64
Boston, Mass. — 160 Boylston Street
Portland, Maine — 661 Congress Street
We Thank The Groups Who Wished Us Luck
ST. MARY'S C.Y.O.
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. . . School Organizations For . . .
Led by Joan Gedutis
Co. -Capt. C. Wells & A. Larsen
Capt. S. Keddy Co. Capt. L. Micheals
Capt. D. McPartland Co. Capts. E. Doolan & K. Patterson
Led By Elaine Dornlas
. . . Their Liberal Donations.
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Pres. Harry Knights
Led By E. Jalkut & J. Marzinzuk
Led by Lorraine Gallant
Mrs. Venik, Mrs. Flemming &
TflE SECONDARY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
We thank Our Underclassmen
Maureen McGrory, President; William Saidel, Vice-President; Barbara Toffaloni, Secretary.
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Greg Willis, President; Peter Konary, Vice-President, Jacque Mulloney, Secretary; Merideth
A Most Significant Part Of Our World
Pres. R. Favreau, V. P. J. Flemming, Sec. N. Beal, and Treas.
Pres. M. McLeod, V. P. R. Strickland, Sec. L. Gallagher and
Treas. M. Lyons
E l_ E
N E JOB
WITHOUT BREAKING STRIDE,
why not graduate from high school to the Telephone Company?
You'il iove Liie friendly young people who'll work with you, and the
many social activities that make your work so pleasant and rewarding.
OPPORTUNITY IS EXCELLENT
and your ability will be recognized. Your starting salary shouid
climb with regular increases. And, of course, Company benefits,
security, and regular advancement are well-known reasons why
working for the Telephone Company is so attractive to graduates.
TELEPHONE JOBS ARE IMPORTANT,
vital to the effective communications of the community, the
nation, and the world. When you take your place as a respected
member of the telephone community, we'll train you, on full
salary, even without previous job experience.
Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you
graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where